Beading in snowflake or geometric starburst patterns is especially suitable, or custom beading in a poinsettia shape can be arranged for a personalized Christmas gown.
Normally any flaw will decrease the value of a gem, but because of pink diamonds' rarity, jewelers may manipulate the flaw to create a unique design - a starburst, for example - rather than discard the stone as unworkable.
When cut, Hillbilly tomatoes reveal a starburst pattern in it's meaty flesh.
We chose to observe NGC 253, which at a distance of 10 million light years is the nearest starburst spiral galaxy.
sterile florets on long pedicels surround central cluster of fertile flowers, rather suggestive of a starburst.
At present, we have one research student working on thermonuclear supernovae and one working on supernovae in starburst galaxies.
The relatively few double sterile florets on long pedicels surround central cluster of fertile flowers, rather suggestive of a starburst.
Rock Mantic Collection, the Vitrail Eclipse black lead crystal earring is stunning with its contrasting cross and starburst design.
If you want a starburst effect around your pupil in a certain shade, you can order it that way.
They enhance and define the eyes by using a starburst pattern for each lens.
Some speculate that this image has its beginnings in fairy tales, and in the image of a starburst.
You can also be sneaky about it, and tape Starburst candies or something equally small underneath some of the bleacher seats.
The Leviathan's ability to travel great distances in a short span via Starburst was a coveted ability.
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