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I will need 500 million dollars from my available cash set aside for my personal spending asap. I need to buy and decorate several places for my private residences as well as get a few cars and more. I want to separate my personal spending from the spending on Lamia Mundi. I don't know how you women will compensate me but I will probably expect 51 percent ownership of Lamia Mundi for teaching, researching and providing the funds to start Lamia Mundi.

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from Brilliance.com

4C's of Diamonds Infograph

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This little diamond went to market...this little diamond went home. Well, maybe more than one little diamond...and, maybe not so little!

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Corundum var. Ruby, elestial: Corundum is best known for its gem varieties, Ruby and Sapphire. Ruby and Sapphire are scientifically the same mineral but just different colors. Corundum is a very hard, tough, and stable mineral. For all practical purposes, it is the hardest mineral after Diamond, making it the second hardest mineral. It is also unaffected by acids and most environments.

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118.28-carat D-flawless diamond fetched $30.6 million at Sotheby’s Hong Kong Magnificent Jewels sale, largest oval D-flawless diamond in the world as graded by the Gemological Institute of America.

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Diamonds _ made of carbon atoms, are the hardest natural substance found on Earth. Formed under extremely high pressure hundreds of miles underground, they are found in very few locations around the world. Diamond is the hardest mineral. Rubies are formed of a mineral called corundum, comprised of aluminum oxide. The red color is caused by traces of chromium. Corundum also forms sapphire in many colors, which generally come from trace mixtures of iron, titanium, & chromium.

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Oscar Heyman Aquamarine, sapphire and diamond ring. This is my dream ring! I've searched the OHB archives and haven't been able to find an image this fantastic of this ring....

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