17 April, 2013
Blog regular Em made the most unlikely discovery last night. Browsing the Oxford she stumbled on BIEBERITE. No, not a tweenager frantic for some Justin lovin', since the noun lurked in the 1933 supplement. Instead the word was a mineral, or to be more precise:
Native cobalt sulphate or cobalt vitriol: a decomposition-product of other cobalt minerals found at Bieber, near Frankfort-on-the-Main.
And while talking up the work of other Dabblers, RK has uploaded a new themer on her blog for your delectation – and feedback. Relish.