Some articles on diamonds, diamond:
... Although there are some reports of diamonds being exported from Angola by the Portuguese as early as the eighteenth century, modern diamond mining began in 1912 ... In 1917 Diamang was granted the concession for diamond mining and prospecting, which it held until independence ... Accordingly, a state diamond-mining enterprise, the National Diamond Company (Emprêsa Nacional de Diamantes--Endiama), was founded in 1981 and acquired the ...
... develop) policies that prohibit the trade in conflict diamonds, prevent money laundering, combat the financing of terrorism, and promote transparency ... participated in the inaugural meeting of diamond industry stakeholders in Kimberley, South Africa, in May 2000, and participated in all subsequent ... LKI has a zero tolerance policy with regards to conflict diamonds and will not import or export rough diamonds without an accompanying Kimberley Process Certificate of origin ...
... This Document will serve permit for the Diamond to pass through all Terminals and toll gates for successful shipment ...
... unconventional combinations, such as pairings of diamonds, coral and peridot mounted on yellow gold ... In the 1980s, diamonds were added to the base and the ring was produced in white gold with a double circle ... became a cross, before making way in 2002 for a Lien set with diamonds ...
... ANZ Championship, playing for the West Coast Fever and for the Australian Netball Diamonds ... In 2008, she played for one half of a game as a member of the Australian Diamonds team ... In 2011 Bassett was part of the 2011 World Championship winning Australian Diamonds Team, featuring in the final against New Zealand ...
Famous quotes containing the word diamonds:
“The prosecution of [Warren] Hastings, though he should escape at last, must have good effect. It will alarm the servants of the Company in India, that they may not always plunder with impunity, but that there may be a retrospect; and it will show them that even bribes of diamonds to the Crown may not secure them from prosecution.”
—Horace Walpole (17171797)
“I met a traveler from Arkansas
Who boasted of his state as beautiful
For diamonds and apples.”
—Robert Frost (18741963)
“Shuffled between caring and disgrace
I took up all our closet space.
What luxury we first checked into,
to growl like lawyers until I threw
my diamonds and cash upon the floor.”
—Anne Sexton (19281974)