Origin of beryl
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In “The Adventure of the Beryl Coronet,” a banker is nearly deceived by his own niece to the tune of £50,000 and his good name.
"Well, I'm not a beggar and I'm not hinting for your money," flared Beryl.
In the worn, faded face she tried to trace some of the beauty that had been Beryl's; but all in vain.The Village of Youth|Bessie Hatton
This Odyle, then, is particularly potent in the quartz or beryl, when brought into activity by the intention of the seer.How to Read the Crystal|Sepharial
But after a close study of it, Beryl threw the letter down in disappointment.
He could not, at that short distance, miss his mark—and that mark, Beryl.A Veldt Vendetta|Bertram Mitford