Stibium or AntiMony…

Сурьма́ (лат. Stibium; обозначается символом Sbхимический элемент 15-й группы (по устаревшей классификации — главной подгруппы пятой группы) пятого периода периодической системы химических элементов Д. И. Менделеева; имеет атомный номер 51. Простое вещество сурьма (CAS-номер7440-36-0) — полуметалл серебристо-белого цвета с синеватым оттенком, грубозернистого строения. Известны четыре металлических аллотропных модификаций сурьмы, существующих при различных давлениях, и три аморфные модификации (взрывчатая, чёрная и жёлтая сурьма)[2].

Stibium or Anti.Mony… AntiMani… and other types of host.ile to gold (which is the colour of true mon.ey – our free from codons O blood of XO blood-line)

Antimony also is used in the making of bullets and bullet tracers.[73] This element is also used in traditional cosmetics,[74][75] event paint and glass art crafts. An application as an opacifier inenamel declined in use after the 1930s, after several intoxications were reported.[67][76]

be careful women what you use to underline your eyes with…

An unshaded circle surmounted by a cross.

The ancient words for antimony mostly have, as their chief meaning, kohl, the sulfide of antimony. Pliny the Elder, however, distinguishes between male and female forms of antimony; the male form is probably the sulfide, while the female form, which is superior, heavier, and less friable, has been suspected to be native metallic antimony.[26]

The Egyptians called antimony mśDMT; in hieroglyphs, the vowels are uncertain, but there is an Arabic tradition that the word is ميسديميت mesdemet.[27][28] The Greek word, στίμμι stimmi, is probably a loan word from Arabic or Egyptian sdm

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Another popular etymology is the hypothetical Greek word ἀντίμόνος antimonos, “against aloneness”, explained as “not found as metal”, or “not found unalloyed”…


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