Diamond

   A gemstone that is usually clear. When worn as an amulet, it brings the wearer strength, invulnerability, fame, fortune and protects against witchcraft.

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  • DIAMOND, I.A.L. — DIAMOND, I.A.L. (Itek Domnici; 1920–1988), U.S. film scriptwriter. Born in Ungheni, Romania, Diamond was taken to New York, where his father changed the family name. A mathematics prodigy in high school, he studied engineering at Columbia… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

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