A nickel sulfide mineral, NiS, typically occurring in long hairlike crystals and often used as a nickel ore.
A nickel sulfide mineral, NiS, that occurs as hairlike tufts
A believer in the doctrine of William Miller (d. 1849), just who taught the end of the world and also the second coming of Christ were in front of you.
A sulphide of nickel, generally occurring in fine capillary crystals, also in incrustations of a bronze yellow; -- sometimes called hair pyrites.
A disciple of this United states William Miller, which from 1833 till their demise in 1849 openly interpreted the Scriptures as fixing the second arrival of Christ and also the beginning of the millennium in instant future (at first about 1843). Their followers form a still present denomination of Adventists.
local nickel sulphid, a mineral having a bronze color and metallic luster, often occurring in tufts of capillary crystals, and therefore called hair-pyrites, capillary pyrites.
a yellow mineral comprising nickel sulfide; a minor way to obtain nickel