What are the meanings of these marks on a four ten shotgun-a M with a star above it-a W- a diamond with 12M over C inside it?
assembly marks, maker marks
What are the meanings of these marks on a shotgun - a crown over ELG in an oval - L with a star above - A overstamped F with a star above - a script AE - 12 G in a diamond and a tower on a pedestal?
They might be. This is confusing ...... Homophones are words that have the same pronunciation but have different meanings, origins or spellings - bough & bow Homonyms can be either * words with the same spelling but different meanings - ray (fish) & ray (light) * words with the same pronunciation but different meanings, origins or spellings (as outlined above)
The "diamond" is really just a square that is rotated 45 degrees. The corners of the diamond are where the bases are. The sides of the diamond are the pathway between each base, where the baserunner runs from one base to the next. The combination of bases and pathways causes it to look like a diamond when seen from above.
The spot beneath the surface where the earthquake originates, the point where the slip of the fault starts, is called the hypocenter. The spot on the surface directly above the hypocenter is called the epicenter. This is consistent with the meanings of the suffixes hypo- (beneath) and epi- (on or upon) like a hypodermic needle that goes beneath the skin - which is the epidermis.
It depends on the quality of the stone. Cut, clarity, & color. Another Answer As above, much depends on the clarity, colour and quality of the cut. You can buy a one-carat, marquise-cut diamond today on Blue Nile and pay between US$2,800 and US$18,900. If you're selling such a diamond, best practices dictate that you take the stone to a certified gemologist and pay for a certificate to determine where on the scale, above, your…