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1. He presented us with a couple of jade lions.
2. She was deceived into buying a jade ornament.
3. Jade and turquoise are semi-precious stones.
4. Jade nestled her first child in her arms.
5. Drinking water in which jade has been soaked will strengthen your body.
6. This could be done by mixing powdered jade with more palatable foods.
7. But Jade Pike has come close to dying many times in the past year.
8. In the case of jade its aesthetic qualities only became apparent when the stone was polished.
9. That sort of green, a clear, pale, jade, was her colour.
10. Jade is a precious stone.
11. Unless the Grand Theogonist is killed outright the Jade Griffon will enable him to sustain wounds which would kill an ordinary man.
12. In exchange they eagerly proffered jade adze blades as well as weapons and articles of clothing.
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13. We will build theories that gleam like jade idols, intriguing systems of assumption, four-faced, graceful.
14. Most unusual, however, is the naturalistic green Kashgar jade terrapin, discovered in Allahabad in 1600.
15. Other products were jade, rushes, tamarisk and balsam poplar.
16. Amethyst Jade knew that Mr Lew could have forgotten his duty and disappeared in storied opulence in Zurich.
17. By comparison with gold, jade or precious stones pearls are much less durable.
18. He rough-hewed a statue out of a block of jade rapidly but then polished it slowly over a long period.
19. On display are earrings, necklaces and bracelets made from jade, amber and amethyst.
20. When Captain Cook encountered the Maori he found the chiefs adorned with jade insignia.
21. A high official would be likely to have one of jade, nephrite for the body and jadeite for the stopper.
22. He describes a balcony with a balustrade of crumbling stucco, on which sits a struggling jade plant in an earthenware pot.
23. Alarmed, she had hurried to it, to notice immediately that a small jade figurine was missing.
24. A simpler and more pleasant way of achieving the same end was to use jade vessels for food and drink.
25. Two hundred pounds for information leading to the recovery of Miss Templeton's jade.
26. Ralph proposed with a family ring Theresa had brought over, a single piece of spinach-green jade set in white gold.
27. Even when the forms of such things as halberds or hoe-blades were rendered in jade they were too delicate for functional use.
28. That scheming, cheating harlot, whose son you have consorted with like a cheap jade.
29. Electric rainbows of mystery - scarlet, persimmon and purple; violet, peacock, saffron and jade.
30. But the roofs' inventive arabesques Turn black against a sky of jade.