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Use "chrysolite" in a sentence
"The term chrysolite is also sometimes incorrectly used for the greenish-yellow chrysoberyl."
"Such stones are, however, sometimes incorrectly called "_chrysolite_" by the trade, and this practice should be corrected, as the term chrysolite applies correctly only to the mineral _olivine_ which gives us the"
"These mountains were supposed to go round the earth like a ring; they were thousands of miles in height, and they were made of the precious stone called chrysolite, which is of a green colour, and this colour, so the Persian poets say, is reflected in the green which we sometimes see in the sky at sunset."