He signed into CLASH OF CLANS, and quickly burned through the “gems” in his stockpile.
gems (Girls Education and Mentoring Services) works with girls who have experienced commercial sexual exploitation.
But the list also includes some gems we have forgotten about by now.
gems are far scarcer, but anytime a player is running low, they can always open their wallet and buy some.
But there have been plenty of gems—Tyler Burrell is on fire—as the show matures in its third season but never gets old.
The good priest was troubled in his mind at the sight of all this wealth of gems.
He was prepared to meet dazzling wonders of gems or priceless metal.
The majority of these gems were mounted as rings or as seals of secular and ecclesiastical personages of rank.
Her camorra, too, was open, and in her girdle there were gems for all to see.
On the opposite side of the table dishes of bread and any hot breakfast rolls or gems balance one another.
Old English gimm "precious stone, gem, jewel," also "eye," from Latin gemma "precious stone, jewel," originally "bud," perhaps from the root *gen- "to produce," or from PIE *gembh- "tooth, nail." Of persons, from late 13c. Forms in -i-, -y- were lost early 14c., and the modern form of the word probably representing a Middle English borrowing from Old French gemme (12c.). As a verb, from c.1600, "to adorn with gems;" mid-12c. as "to bud."