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  2. PA has 161 reported cases of monkeypox. Here’s what ... - AOL

    A rash that can look like pimples or blisters that appears on the face, inside the mouth and on other parts of the body, like hands, feet, chest, genitals or anus The rash goes through different...

  3. 2018 Sapphire Aviation Bell UH-1 crash - Wikipedia

    2018 Sapphire Aviation Bell UH-1 crash - Wikipedia 2018 Sapphire Aviation Bell UH-1 crash On January 17, 2018, a Bell UH-1H Iroquois helicopter of Sapphire Aviation crashed near Raton, New Mexico, United States. Five of the six people on board were killed. The sole survivor was in serious condition. Contents 1 Aircraft 2 Accident 3 Investigation

  4. Sapphire - Wikipedia

    Sapphire is a precious gemstone, a variety of the mineral corundum, consisting of aluminium oxide ( α- Al 2 O 3) with trace amounts of elements such as iron, titanium, chromium, vanadium, or magnesium. The name sapphire is derived from the Latin "saphirus" and the Greek "sapheiros", both of which mean blue.

  5. Sapphire Gentlemen's Club - Wikipedia's_Club

    The Las Vegas club is located in Winchester, Nevada, United States, a part of the Las Vegas Valley. The 71,000 sq ft (6,600 m 2) enterprise includes 10 VIP sky boxes and three lounges, and is billed as the world's largest nightclub. It was sold in 2006 for US$80 million in an auction to one of the two former part-owners.

  6. Kimber v Sapphire Coast Community Aged Care Ltd - Wikipedia

    Majority. Vice President Hatcher, Comissioner Riordan. Dissent. Deputy President Dean. Kimber v Sapphire Coast Community Aged Care Ltd was a 2021 decision by the full bench of the Fair Work Commission. It held that it is was lawful for an employer to fire an employee on the basis of their refusal to receive vaccination for influenza.

  7. Stuart Sapphire - Wikipedia

    Stuart Sapphire. The Stuart Sapphire was on the front of the Imperial State Crown. The Stuart Sapphire is a blue sapphire that forms part of the British Crown Jewels. It weighs 104 carats (20.8 grams) and is believed to have originated from Asia, potentially present-day Afghanistan, Sri Lanka, Myanmar or Kashmir. [1]

  8. List of sapphires by size - Wikipedia

    Ruspoli Sapphire: 136.9 carats (27.38 g) Stuart Sapphire: Sri Lanka 104 carats (20.8 g) Blue Tower of London: Bismarck Sapphire: Myanmar: 98.56 carats (19.712 g) Table Blue National Museum of Natural History, Washington James J. Hill Sapphire: 22.66 carats (4.532 g) Cornflower National Museum of Natural History, Washington