(1) New research in the United States revealed yesterday that the average shade of what they called the ├ö├ç├┐cosmic spectrum├ö├ç├û is a greenish hue halfway between aquamarine and turquoise.(2) Again, it is assumed that readers know aquamarine is beryl, amethyst is quartz, and Iceland spar is calcite but cannot grapple with the complexity of remembering that spessartine and grossular are garnets.(3) the aquamarine water(4) The beryl inclusions occur as acicular to hairlike crystals of aquamarine , pale bluish-green in color and clearly hexagonal in cross section.(5) Unlike the others the girls had worn, this one had an aquamarine hue.(6) I am told that on more than a few occasions, those who were lured by the aquamarine waters of the beaches on those islands have been chased away by gunfire from certain owners.(7) Infinite shades of ice blue, aquamarine , cool greens and glinting whites put me in mind of an ice palace for an underwater ice queen - a deep frozen mermaid perhaps?(8) Our last stop is a spot called Emerald Cave, where the sun's rays don't reach the water, but the water glows a vivid aquamarine , as if lit from below.(9) Your lucky colour is aquamarine and you have absolutely no chance of winning the lottery.(10) There are walking paths down through olive and citrus groves to the Mediterranean where you can strip off and swim in the aquamarine water.(11) Among the products that were marketed were emeralds, tourmalines, aquamarine , amethyst, citrini and industrial minerals such as talc and lime.(12) Her collection is not large, but it includes mica, aquamarine , tourmaline, and other pretty stones.(13) Instead of the pure primary or secondary colors one expects to see in paintings that make reference to modernism, these canvases are often dominated by peculiar shades of hot pink, chartreuse, wine red or aquamarine .(14) Single aquamarine crystals, both cloudy and gem clear, have been found as float on the alpine slopes.(15) The curving strip of yellow sand glistened and the water radiated a vivid aquamarine .(16) The general palette of black, white and gray is broken up by flecks of orange, red, aquamarine , brown and purple, creating a subtle sense of internal struggle.