How To Use Black diamond In A Sentence

  • Beautiful silver earrings hang from the points of her ears, encrusted by black diamonds and deep purple amethysts.
  • The day after her unit withdrew from Monrovia, Black Diamond's compound and the sequestered house presented a desolate sight.
  • This year it added one new trail, a black diamond tight glade.
  • To quote Black Diamond: ‘because our asymmetrical hexagonal design allows one excentric to fit four different crack configurations, the hex has a range similar to a comparably sized SLCD, at considerably reduced weight and price.’
  • Under his wing, the full range of skiing opportunities became apparent: within the space of two days we tried everything from the easiest green runs to double black diamond couloirs.
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  • Diamond dust is used for cutting gem stones and other very hard materials, and borts or carbonadoes (black diamonds) for diamond-drilling in exploration. The Economic Aspect of Geology
  • Also known as carbonado, the black diamond is the oldest, toughest and rarest diamond found only in Brazil and Africa. WebWire | Recent Headlines
  • Black diamonds outlined by stringing and a cross-banded mahogany-veneer border highlight the doors, which open to reveal additional pigeonholes and drawers.
  • Earrings, necklaces, and pendants will feature black diamond pavé.
  • It glittered up at me like a black diamond from the edge of the puddle where it lay.
  • The new headquarters will be in Salt Lake City, which is Black Diamond's headquarters. Los Angeles Business News - Local Los Angeles News | Los Angeles Business from bizjournals
  • The night I came up with my now infamous kaffieyh tzitzit aka tallit kattan shel Shabbatai Tzvi one of the thoughts that crossed my mind was to create a blue and white kaffieyh laden with Magen Davids instead of black diamonds. The Kaffiyeh Yisraelit | Jewschool
  • It was a robe the color of a mountain potato, covered with soft gray hatchmarks, and her obi was a simple pattern of black diamonds on a background of deep blue. Memoirs of a Geisha
  • Kolin Powick, on his Black Diamond blog, reported hearing of a similar accident, this one in a Prague climbing gym in 2008, when a rope was cut by a sharp carabiner, also located at the first bolt.
  • At the right, a turquoise orb rises above a glyphlike marking of black diamond shapes with arm-like appendages set against a purple ground.

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