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  2. Sapphire (film) - Wikipedia

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    Sapphire is a 1959 British crime drama film. It focuses on racism in London toward immigrants from the West Indies, and explores the "underlying insecurities and fears of ordinary people" about those of another race. The film was directed by Basil Dearden, and stars Nigel Patrick, Earl Cameron and Yvonne Mitchell.

  3. Sapphire Gentlemen's Club - Wikipedia

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    The New York Cityclub is at East 60th Street, the site of the former Scoresgentlemen's club. On March 26, 2009 it was reported that the club had invited AustralianPrime MinisterKevin Ruddand his wife, Thérèse Rein, to attend a private dinner whilst on his visit to the US. The Prime Minister's office declined to comment on the invitation.[5]

  4. Sapphire Jubilee of Elizabeth II - Wikipedia

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    The Sapphire Ice & Leisure Centre at Romford, England, named to honour the Sapphire Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II, opened to the public on 3 February 2018. The building is five storeys high and includes an eight-lane pool for competitions and a 56m by 26m ice rink, and is home for the ice hockey team, the London Raiders.

  5. Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire - Wikipedia

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    Pokémon Ruby Version and Pokémon Sapphire Version are 2002 role-playing video games developed by Game Freak, published by The Pokémon Company and Nintendo for the Game Boy Advance. They are the first installments in the third generation of the Pokémon video game series, also known as the "advanced generation".

  6. Star Sapphire (character) - Wikipedia

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    Star Sapphire is the name of several fictional characters in DC Comics; many of them are villainous, and all connected in origin.Within DC continuity, an immortal race of warrior women (the Zamarons) were depicted as having the ancient tradition of choosing physically identical mortals from across the cosmos to serve as the host body for their queen.

  7. List of sapphires by size - Wikipedia

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    It is typically blue, but natural "fancy" sapphires also occur in yellow, purple, orange, and green colors; "parti sapphires" show two or more colors. The only color corundum stone that the term sapphire is not used for is red, which is called a ruby. Pink colored corundum may be either classified as ruby or sapphire depending on locale.

  8. Ruspoli Sapphire - Wikipedia

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    Blue sapphire The Ruspoli Sapphire, also known as the Wooden Spoon Seller's Sapphire, is a 136.9 carat(27.38 g) blue sapphirethat has historically been confused with Grand Sapphire of Louis XIV(which has also been called the Ruspoli Sapphireor Wooden Spoon Seller's Sapphire).

  9. Uriel - Wikipedia

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    Uriel or Auriel (male) / Urielle or Eurielle (female) is also a name assimilated by the Celtic Brittanic culture, because of Urielle [ fr] (7th century), sister of the Breton king Judicael, who popularised the name. Contents 1 In Judaism and Christianity 1.1 Name and origins 1.2 In Enoch 1.3 In Anglican tradition 2 In esotericism and occultism