OK, amber Frey, that question is answered in my book in the chapter about amber Frey.
(4) She's Super Close With Her Daughters: Davis likes to spend quality time with her two daughters: amber, 31, and Dru, 24.
amber Barnett, a law student at University of St. Thomas, said afterward that she was shocked by the boos.
“What this has evolved to for amber and I is unbelievable,” Mariano said.
Savor every time you find yourself, in the words of Vonnegut, “trapped in the amber of the moment.”
amber, dear, you must come to us at the Hall; this is no place for you now.
These properties of amber and lodestone appear to have been widely known.
They are all stimulant and antispasmodic, and are used either internally or as a friction, like oil of amber.
As he spoke he gave a muttered curse and switched on his amber fog-light.
There exists an enormous literature concerning amber and the Prussian amber industry.
mid-14c., "ambergris, perfume made from ambergris," from Old French ambre, from Medieval Latin ambar "ambergris," from Arabic 'anbar "ambergris." In Europe, the sense was extended, inexplicably, to fossil resins from the Baltic (late 13c. in Anglo-Latin; c.1400 in English), which has become the main sense as the use of ambergris has waned. This formerly was known as white or yellow amber to distinguish it from ambergris, which word entered English early 15c. from French, which distinguished the two substances as ambre gris and amber jaune. The classical word for Baltic amber was electrum (cf. electric).
A hard, translucent, brownish-yellow substance that is the fossilized resin of ancient trees. It often contains fossil insects.
Our Living Language : Certain trees, especially conifers, produce a sticky substance called resin to protect themselves against insects. Normally, it decays in oxygen through the action of bacteria. However, if the resin happens to fall into wet mud or sand containing little oxygen, it can harden and eventually fossilize, becoming the yellowish, translucent substance known as amber. If any insects or other organisms are trapped in the resin before it hardens, they can be preserved, often in exquisite detail. By studying these preserved organisms, scientists are able learn key facts about life on Earth millions of years ago.
(Ezek. 1:4, 27; 8:2. Heb., hashmal, rendered by the LXX. elektron, and by the Vulgate electrum), a metal compounded of silver and gold. Some translate the word by "polished brass," others "fine brass," as in Rev. 1:15; 2:18. It was probably the mixture now called electrum. The word has no connection, however, with what is now called amber, which is a gummy substance, reckoned as belonging to the mineral kingdom though of vegetable origin, a fossil resin.