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Ruptly Aug 2
World's biggest accessible crystal opens its doors to visitors in
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Mandy Nov 19
A3: My all time favorite is watching students apply what they learned in while independently reading a . Students learn that phonics matters and they begin to unlock the code of reading!
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Matt Bochman Oct 15
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Kim Hanley Sep 5
missed having it for by only a week 😭 😭😭 but still can't wait for my new Saber to arrive 🤓
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Nona Hayes Oct 29
THIS THING. It's like a reverse ; the center is a solid, rounded warm tan/white, the outside is worn-down quartz crystals! Found it, not kidding, in the middle of a prairie dog town upside the highway near Flagstaff, AZ. , ever seen one like it?
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Bijoux⚜Quebec Oct 27
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EGU Oct 21
The world's largest formed when the Mediterranean Sea disappeared, a new study reveals. 'Most geodes can fit in the palm of your hand. The Pulpí Geode can fit your entire family inside it.' -
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Catherine Jul 30
Agate Wire Wrapped Pendant black pale blue
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TheArtfulMermaid Apr 14
If you missed my video Friday I did an acrylic geode puddle pour. If you would like to see how it turned out check it out
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GRAMP Nov 18
📢El (Toulouse, France) busca postdoc! Starting April 2020. Topic:"Old-growth forests: understanding the human/nature relationship through the science/policy interface". Contact: ruppert.vimal@univ-tlse2.fr. Application should be sent before the 10th of December 2019.
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Kem Babii Kromic Jun 20
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Benevolent.👑💖💋.Radiance Mar 12
Made with real amethyst 😍. I'll post the final color shift after 24 hours.
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Christine Bygrave Aug 12
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EarthFamilyCrystals Aug 11
This cake is a work of art! 😍😍😍 What color combo would you like for your Geode Cake? Photo:For the love of cake
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Geology Page Aug 13
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#Outfitgrid™️ Mar 30
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American Geophysical Union Nov 2
The giant of Pulpí is a popular tourist attraction. Scientists are starting to figure out how it grew to be so large and clear. RT
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Dianna Holder Jul 18
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🤍𝕰𝖒𝖕𝖗𝖊𝖘𝖘 𝕭𝖔𝖔𝖌𝖎𝖊🤍 May 14
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Jessica Moore Jul 5
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