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  1. diamondsnoun

    One of the four suits of playing cards, marked with the symbol u2666.

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Numerology

  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of diamonds in Chaldean Numerology is: 2

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of diamonds in Pythagorean Numerology is: 7

Examples of diamonds in a Sentence

  1. Adam Vaziri:

    When people are trying to move money out of the country and the state is stopping that from taking place, bitcoin is the only way to move any value, there aren't any other options unless you buy diamonds, and that's very difficult to move.

  2. Dean Boxall:

    Diamonds are made from pressure and Ariarne Titmus is certainly a diamond — Ariarne Titmus lives for the pressure moments, but you also need to build the machinery around Ariarne Titmus to get ready to handle that pressure... This will be the longest break Ariarne Titmus has ever had in Ariarne Titmus short career.

  3. Olya Linde:

    The economic peaks and valleys that the global diamond market experienced over the last few years are steady, at least for the time being, but the industry cannot afford to get too comfortable, macroeconomics, along with other factors - financing, marketing challenges, undisclosed synthetic diamonds, environmental concerns, social awareness, and even country-specific preferences - stand in the way of an easy, straight path to sustained diamond industry growth over the long-term.

  4. Francois Curiel:

    It shows we are dealing with a very healthy stone market, there is lots of cash in the world right now. At the moment, works of art, diamonds and jewels are a safe haven.

  5. Sidney Madwed:

    Everyone values things differently. In other words, they place their own value on everything that affects their lives. Also from moment to moment they may even change their values. Such as a person, who values diamonds above all else, might be willing to trade a gallon of diamonds for a drink of water to save his life in a desert. What this means is value is a relative thing depending on a need or a perceived need. Yet, how many people will argue and even violently fight over the perceived value of something or some idea only later have an entirely different view point or value.

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