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It is used this way and in the names of many minerals, such as antimonial arsenic, copper, and nickel. antimonial CATEGORY: geology DEFINITION: A brittle metallic substance that has been used in the preparation of yellow pigments for enamel and porcelain painting.

It forms a fourth constituent in alloys, along with nitrogen, phosphorus, arsenic, bismuth, and some others in forming triads and pentads.

Thursday, September 28, 2006, PM I think it depends on your skin.

If you already use vaseline and it's working fine for you then olive oil shouldn't be a big step.

) who came into prominence with the dynasties of the Middle and New Kingdoms.

Many pharaohs from the 11th Dynasty onward include his name in theirs, as Amenemhet and Tutankhamen.

As a result, study combining the inclusion and its diamond host is a powerful tool for geologic research, which itself has improved our understanding of diamond formation. These photos show inclusions of silicate minerals in natural diamond whose background reflectivity has been enhanced by faceting: almandine (left), magnified 10×; pyrope (center), magnified 40×; and diopside (right), magnified 30×. The purpose of this article is to describe our current understanding of where, how, when, and why natural diamonds have been formed.

I read something about olive oil being good for the skin-- and I thought that it really might be. it is a base ingredient in many of my hair care products. Link Thursday, September 28, 2006, PM i know that by eating olive oil (and other healthy fats like those from avocado's and fish w/ omega 3s) your skin, hair and nails can look/feel better, but i'm not sure about using it directly.