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Since Argyle Diamond Mine was officially opened in 1985 it has produced over 600 million carats of diamonds.  By volume this mine is the largest producing diamond mine in the world but only about 5 pe...
When sunlight, which contains all colors, passes thought a diamond some of the light waves will be reflected by the nitrogen.  The amount of color displayed is dependent on the amount of nitrogen invo...
Approximately 600 tons of conventional diamonds have been mined, traded, polished since 1900. But not a single black diamond has been discovered in the world's mining fields.  The geological settings ...
Here's a new set of Cisco certification exam training questions for you!  Topics include RIP, debugs, the logging synchronous command, SDM, firewall configuration, advanced EIGRP configuration, and mo...
Diamonds known as conflict diamonds originate from the war zones of Africa.  On December 1, 2000 the United Nations General Assembly unanimously adopted a resolution defining the role of conflict diam...
Obviously There are so many ways to make profit on the Internet that you would need a complete e-book for it, and not a tiny article as this one. But lack of space should never deter one from sharing ...
Diamonds have a mystique about them. Television ads portray them as the ultimate gift of love.  Magazine ads want us to believe that a diamond is the only perfect gift to express love.  If you plan on...
When one of the tectonic plates was pushed under another the bodies of the microorganism, now carbon, is also buried under tons of rock.  The carbon is subject to extreme pressures by the rock pressin...
Of course you need to choose summer wines that are light in body.  There is nothing worse on a warm summer day than being weighed down by a heavy drink of any variety. This doesn't necessarily mean ju...
One of the reasons that Australian wines do so well is the climate of this continent.  While it may have been somewhat difficult to work around by those who first began cultivating grapes for wines, t...
During the Roman Empire, the long-held belief that all wine should be consumed sooner rather than later was disproven.  Romans stored their wine in tightly closed bottles and noticed that some wines i...
All sparkling wine is made by adding carbon dioxide to wine, causing the formation of bubbles similar to those in carbonated soft drinks.  The carbon dioxide is either naturally occurring due to speci...
Dessert wines are very sweet, and are typically much thicker and richer than table wines.  The servings of dessert wines are much smaller than table wines.  They are usually served with dessert follow...
The truth is that there are very few rules to follow when pairing food and wine, and even those have exceptions.  When deciding which fruit of the vine to serve with your meal, the important thing to ...
There are legends that tell of wine being produced in Portugal from as far back as 4000 years ago.  Of course, the production was much different than it is today, but it is possible that Portugal has ...








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