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The hardest naturally occurring substance known to man, '''diamonds''' are a crystalline form of pure carbon. Prior to modern day discoveries in Brazil and South Africa, the only known source of diamonds was [[India]]. In [[ancient]] times diamonds were called ''adamant'', meaning "indestructable". Most diamonds are irregular in shape and rather unappealing to the eye. The color ranges from dull yellow to dirty brown.
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The hardest naturally occurring substance known to man, '''diamonds''' are a crystalline form of pure carbon. Prior to [[modern]] day discoveries in Brazil and South Africa, the only known source of diamonds was [[India]]. In [[ancient]] times diamonds were called ''adamant'', meaning "indestructable". Most diamonds are irregular in shape and rather unappealing to the eye. The color ranges from dull yellow to dirty brown.
  
  

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