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Decorative Opalite™ 6790BK226U
Decorative Opalite™ 6790BK226U. Page 1 of 2. Ceiling or Wall Mounted Compact Fluorescent.
Decorative, Opalite, Ceiling/Wall Mount CFL. Page 1 of 3.
UPM Opalite
Ore Bin / Oregon Geology magazine / journal
The Bretz mine in the Opalite mining district of southern Mal heur County, Oregon places are more than 200 feet thick contain the Bretz and Opalite ore bodies.
Origin of the Opalite Breccia at the McDermitt Mercury Mine, Nevada
Economic Geology. Vol. 80, 1985, pp.

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Opalite - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Opalite is a trade name for synthetic opalised glass and various opal simulants. It is also used to promote impure varieties of variously colored common opal.
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Opalite - Tsukineko – high quality inks and inkpads for your crafting
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Opalite: Opalite mineral information and data.
Synthetic opalized glass used in jewelry. Also used for impure, colored variety of common opal. Confusing and unnecessary designation, should be avoided.

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