Definitions for "Jewel"
Keywords:  ruby, precious, pivot, adorn, sapphire
An ornament of dress usually made of a precious metal, and having enamel or precious stones as a part of its design.
A precious stone; a gem.
An object regarded with special affection; a precious thing.
Keywords:  neckline, neck, showcase, round, scoops
A rounded neckline scoops slightly to follow your collar-bone, giving your pearl or jeweled necklace the showcase if deserves.
A high round neckline resting simply at the base of the neck.
Neckline is rounded to fall just around the base of the neck.
Jewel Kilcher (born May 23, 1974) is a singer, songwriter, actress, philanthropist, and author, generally known just by her first name, Jewel. Her albums have been successful in Europe, Indonesia, the Philippines, Canada, and Australia as well as in the United States.
Jewel is an album track on Ayumi Hamasaki's eighth studio album Secret, released November 29, 2006. "Jewel", which was originally rumoured to be the album's 3rd single with "1 Love" as its b-side, was written by Hamasaki herself, arranged by Shingo Kobayashi and was composed by Tetsuya Yukumi.
Keywords:  kuldes, razril, kooluk, lazlo, jueru
Jewel (ジュエル, Jueru) is a character in Konami's role playing game Suikoden IV. A friend of Lazlo En Kuldes in the Knights of Razril, she fought by his side during the Kooluk Southern Expansion.
Keywords:  osco, supervalu, melrose, eden, prairie
Jewel is an American supermarket chain that has approximately 200 stores in the Chicago metropolitan area. Jewel's warehouse and management offices are located in Melrose Park, Illinois. As of June 2, 2006, Jewel and Jewel-Osco have become a wholly owned subsidiary of Eden Prairie, Minnesota-based Supervalu.
Keywords:  lott, oprah, bret, novel, club
Jewel is a novel by Bret Lott, and was chosen as an Oprah's Book Club selection.
a charm, not a necessity and it should never become an object ladden with worries
a priceless gift that will be cherished for a lifetime
A Universal Match Corp. trademark whose elongated matchcovers had parallel sides and dimensions that measured 5 1/16 in. x 1 7/8 in." The name "Jewel" appears on the inside. An updated catalogue of numbered Jewel matchcovers has been available. Production ended in 1987 for this type, and there are over 5,000 varieties known. Introduced in 1955, early varieties have the Jewelite trademark inside.
Case: The standard, universally accepted plastic CD or DVD packaging option. It is designed to hold paper inserts and traycards as well as the Disc.
Keywords:  worth, beauty, thing, great, value
a thing of great worth, beauty, and value