Geneva, Switzerland – Avakian was busy before this year’s Oscar Awards with a number of celebrities adorned by the famed jeweler.According to a press release received by Elite Traveler:Daniel Dubiecki, Producer of the movie “Up in the air” is wearing A V A K I A N cufflinks and the Concept 1 watch. His wife is proudly wearing a pair of haute joaillerie Chandelier Earrings, bangles from our Classic Collection Victory and a stunning A V A K I A N Ring.Stephen Lang, Co-Star in the Movie Avatar is wearing the A V A K I A N Concept 1 watch, with our “A” Initial Cufflinks, in reference to the latest blockbuster film Avatar and an 8cts A V A K I A N Men’s Ring.Cheryl Hines, star of the HBO series “Curb your enthusiasm” is wearing an A V A K I A N Vintage Sapphire Marquise Necklace, a Bangle and Earrings from our Byblos and Links Classic Collections respectively.Jon Cryer of “Two and a half men” is wearing an A V A K I A N Concept 1 Watch and Cufflinks. His wife, Lisa Cryer, is wearing the Paraiba Bracelet and Earrings Set.Chris Harrison, of the TV Guide Network, is wearing a remarkable pair of A V A K I A N Diamond and Sapphire Baguette Cufflinks.Carly Steel, of the TV Guide Network, is wearing the exclusive A V A K I A N Cage Collection Ring and Earrings with blue topaz and brown diamonds.Adrianna Costa, hostess on the TV Guide Network, is wearing a pair of our Haute Joaillerie Earrings.Tim Allen, who lately starred in “Crazy on the outside” and “Toy Story”, is wearing the A V A K I A N Concept 1 Watch and its matching pair of Cufflinks.Ben Lyon, of the e-channel and “The Insider”, is wearing A V A K I A N Cufflinks.Samantha Harris, hostess of e-channel, is wearing an A V A K I A N Emerald and Diamond Chapeau Ring.Niece Nash, of the e-channel and “The Insider”, is wearing a black and white Earrings from our Riviera Collection and a unique A V A K I A N black and white ice Diamond Curl Ring.
This goat-size T. rex cousin could reveal how the famed dino got so big By Gretchen VogelFeb. 21, 2019 , 9:00 AM Jorge Gonzalez Tyrannosaurus rex and its relatives ruled supreme in North America at the end of the age of dinosaurs—dominating the landscape as gigantic top predators. But exactly how they took over is unclear, because of a gap in the tyrannosaur fossil record: North American specimens that lived between about 150 million and 80 million years ago.A newly discovered T. rex cousin helps fill that gap. Today in Nature Communications, paleontologists describe a tooth and a hind limb unearthed in Utah, which they say belong to a new species of tyrannosaur that they call Moros intrepidus (Greek for “intrepid harbinger of doom”). It lived about 95 million years ago, and compared with T. rex it was tiny—just over a meter tall at the hip and weighing about 78 kilograms. It was certainly no match for the dominant predators at the time, allosaurs that were up to 12 meters long and weighed 4 tons.The shape of its leg bone suggests M. intrepidus was a nimble runner, which the researchers say could have helped them both catch prey that the allosaurs couldn’t—and also avoid becoming prey themselves. Together with Asian fossils, the find means tyrannosaurs probably expanded their size relatively quickly—during the past 16 million years of their 100-million-year history.