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The preserved record of Earth’s first 500 million years is limited to just a few tiny crystals of the mineral zircon.
Zircon is also the source of oxide of zirconium used in making mantles for certain incandescent lights.
GEOLOGYWILLIAM J. MILLER
Other minerals, except apatite, zircon and magnetite, are typically absent.
Jargon or Zircon is a stone having a superficial resemblance to a diamond.
Zircon is itself a species of mineral and is a silicate of zirconium.
The truly refined people are those who have got three garnets and one zircon.
DODO'S DAUGHTERE. F. BENSON
I'll tell Zircon this when he comes, but you can be thinking it over in the meantime.
Zircon handed some money to the coolies and ordered them to wait.
One of the policemen pointed to Zircon's bloodstained sleeve.

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