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Elf named Alabaster?

Yes, there is an elf named Alabaster in historic elf history. Alabaster was known to be one of Santa's original elves.

What is alabaster skin?

    "Alabaster skin" is a metaphor comparing a marble-like substance with a (usually woman's) skin - the purest alabaster is snow-white and translucent - that is, havi (MORE)
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What is alabaster?

Alabaster can be a form of gypsum or calcite that is translucent, massive, and may appear to have veining.
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What does Thine alabaster cities gleam?

It is from the fourth verse of "America, the Beautiful" Music by Samuel Ward, 1882 Words by Katharine Lee Bates, 1895 O beautiful for patriot dream That sees beyond the (MORE)
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What type of rock is alabaster?

Alabaster refers to varieties of two different minerals: gypsum (a hydrous sulfate of calcium) and calcite (a carbonate of calcium). Gypsum is the alabaster of the present day (MORE)
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Who is Brian Alabaster?

BRIAN ALABASTER Suffolk-based member of the Royal Society of British Sculptors Brian Alabaster is one of the country's leading figurative sculptors. His work, produced mainl (MORE)

What is the purpose of an alabaster box?

As inspired in Matthew 26:7... the "alabaster box" is, according to  "Strong's Definitions," merely a "perfume vase." In the  context of the biblical passage, it was a "very (MORE)