A selection of articles related to flecks.
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- Projective. Element: Fire. (Heliotrope) Solid dark green, red flecks. Electromagnetic (high iron). Ancient Egypt, Atlantis used to calm, ground, revitalize. Classic for wealth, menstrual cramps, anemia, bloodclots, hemorrhoids, birthing/reproductivity,...
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- Flecks of gold
- #When Mississippi put its only gas chamber at Parchman Penitentiary, says Fred in Beth Henley's The Jacksonian, “there was a good deal of opposition from the people of Sunflower County.
- 'Flecks of gold' found on Scots island beach
- 'Flecks of gold' found on Scots island beach. The discovery on Millport beach has led to claims that there may be other gold deposits nearby. Image: John Devlin.
- Review: Barry's Old School Irish gives warm welcome
- It's capped with a delightfully creamy head of foam. Barry's offers four beers on tap, all Irish, plus bottled beers, wine and a boast-worthy collection of Irish whiskey.
- Review: At Sorella's Pizza & Pasta in Bethlehem, you're like family
- The marinara was impressive, with flecks of basil attesting to its seasoning. Entrees: Although our server recommended the chicken cacciatore or the Mediterranean chicken as customer faves, my friend was drawn to the chicken giardiniera ($14.
- Watch 130-Year-Old Samurai Armor Get Restored to a Pristine and Fearsome State
- The restoration process is a careful and complicated one that seeks to match as many of the original materials and colors as possible: some flecks of paint here, some new pieces of fabric there.
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