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  • Description: Diamonds
  • Info: Photographed by Mario Sarto on February 4, 2004
  • License: GNU Free Documentation License


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Diamonds are the birthstone of April

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  • Portal:Chemistry
  • Portal:Chemistry/Featured article
  • User:Casey Abell
  • Diamonds as an investment
  • User:DonSiano The Godfather
  • User:Ernst Stavro Blofeld
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