With the 'yellow' you find where gold is in the country, and with the 'blue' you discover where malachite is.
"In the Forbidden Land" by Arnold Henry Savage Landor
Where the sky was free of cloud it gave a wonderful clear green that was almost but not quite the colour of malachite.
"Ten Thousand Miles with a Dog Sled" by Hudson Stuck
Some malachites contain so much as 50 per cent., and others less pure, 30 to 40 per cent.
"Chambers's Edinburgh Journal, No. 458" by Various
Eugene has given me, for you, a necklace of malachite, engraved in relief.
"Hortense, Makers of History Series" by John S. C. Abbott
Hanging from his left ear was a large ear-ring, with malachite ornaments and a pendant.
"An Explorer's Adventures in Tibet" by A. Henry Savage Landor
A small shell, with chips of malachite, was before the face.
"El Kab" by J.E. Quibell
They crossed the hall without noticing a small blue telegram on one of the malachite tables.
"Robert Orange" by John Oliver Hobbes
Two more of the softer materials, malachite and azurite, remain to be described.
"A Text-Book of Precious Stones for Jewelers and the Gem-Loving Public" by Frank Bertram Wade
Adjacently was a malachite bench.
"The Paliser case" by Edgar Saltus
The one with that pale malachite.
"The House in Town" by Susan Warner
Green light for malachite .
Tony Duquette's Malachite rug handmade in cut-loop silk by Roubini Rugs, 212-696-4648.
The swirling patterns suggest blowups of agate, malachite, rhodochrosite and other mineral stones that have been cut and polished.
Green light for malachite.
Malachite rug in hand-knotted Tibetan wool by the Rug Company, 800-644-3963.
On the other hand, not all gels showed exclusion: when polyacrylamide was copolymerized with a vinyl derivative of malachite green, a bulky photoactivatable functional group, no exclusion zone was apparent.
Long-range forces extending from polymer-gel surfaces