Diamant

The Diamant rocket (Diamant is French for `diamond`) was the first exclusively French expendable launch system and at the same time the first satellite launcher not built by either the USA or USSR. As such it is the main predecessor of all subsequent European launcher projects. It was derived from the military program Pierres précieuses (fr.: g.....
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Diamant

(DEE-a-mon)  Literally 'diamond'. Name used for an Hermès chocolate.  
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Diamant

[board game] Diamant is a multiplayer card game designed by Alan R. Moon and Bruno Faidutti, published in 2005 in Germany by Schmidt Spiele, with illustrations provided by Jörg Asselborn, Christof Tisch, and Claus Stephan. An English-language edition of Diamant was published in 2006 by Sunriver Games under the name Incan Gold, with illustr...
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Diamant

[train] The Diamant was an express train operated by the Deutsche Bundesbahn (DB), using different routes over the years. The name Diamant, Flemish for diamond, refers to the city of Antwerp, which is the European centre of diamond trade and has a diamond district. The initial service started in 1962 as a first-class-only FernTriebwagen lin...
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Diamant

Diamant BP4 launch French three-stage launch vehicles developed by CNES (the French space agency) from a family of sounding rockets and flown from 1965 to 1975. The first stage was liquid-fueled; the upper two stages used solid propellant. Diamant (`diamond”) A reached orbit at the first atte...
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diamant

glittering; decoration using glitter
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Diamant

The Diamant was a French Saphir Class minelayer submarine of 669 tons displacement surfaced launched in 1933. The Diamant was powered by Vickers-Normand 4-cycle diesel engines providing a top speed of 12 knots surfaced and 9 knots submerged and a range of 4000 km surfaced. She carried a complement of 40 and armaments consisted of one 3-inch anti-ai...
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