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- v. Present participle of jewel.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The art of decorating with jewels.
- n. In ceramics: Decoration by means of small drops or bosses of translucent glaze applied to the surface, as frequently in Sèvres porcelain.
- n. Decoration by means of rounded projections of the substance of the body, these projections being covered with a glaze or enamel different from the rest of the piece, as in Doulton ware and some old grès de Flandres.
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| Reply also said he specializes in jeweling I think and maybe they did google it, but didn’t actually read it, cause the expansion will have NPCs up to level 75 either way, the girl didn’t really play it, so at least they got that part right
The "ruby," probably made of glass, had been added to the movement in 1704 and presented to Parliament by the guild to fraudulently invalidate an imminent patent on watch jeweling.
Then it looked crazy after all the buffing, jeweling, and making the action shine like new silver dollar.
Together we stared out across Emerald Lake, one of those small mountain lakes jeweling western North America, framed by a vista of Douglas firs, longleaf pines, and granite peaks clawing their way into the echoing summer sky.
Students learn advanced hairspring manipulation, friction jeweling, disassembly, cleaning, and repair, electrical theory as it applies to watches and timepieces, and repairing tuning fork electronic movements.
The slowly revolving Milky Way was only a glory within me; the great woman-star jeweling the summit of a cliff, was only an ecstasy within me; the murmuring of the river out in the dark was only the singing of my heart; and the deep, deep blue of the heavens was only the splendid color of my soul.
Evidently the blossoms had just been gathered, for the raindrops of the previous night still sparkled among their petals, jeweling with brilliancy their kaleidoscopic riot of color.
For a half hour the torrents fell -- then the sun burst forth, jeweling the forest with a million scintillant gems; but today the ape-man, usually alert to the changing wonders of the jungle, saw them not.
At the lower end of this valley is the famous "Cataract of the Falling Springs," where a stream flowing down from the "Warm Spring" mountain falls over a rock two hundred feet high, jeweling with its many cascades the bright grasses and ferns below.
The Great South; A Record of Journeys in Louisiana, Texas, the Indian Territory, Missouri, Arkansas, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, Florida, South Carolina, North Carolina, Kentucky, Tennessee, Virginia, West Virginia, and Maryland
Here and there for an instant shone little patches of blue sky, which kept coming and going all the morning, increasing each time in size, till at noon the sun shone brightly out, jeweling the foliage, gilding the landscape, and even condescending to paint a tiny spectrum on each glistening blade of grass.