= jewellery [jewelry, -USA]. Ex: This article looks at hair, eyes, makeup, jewellery, ties, suits, braces, footwear, perfume and other aspects of dress, and describes what is considered appropriate and correct for librarians. (n.) = gem ; jewel ; cameo. Nota: Figurilla tallada en piedra preciosa y usada como joya. Ex: For example, DIAMONDS could not be a NT under CUTTING TOOLS as well as under gems. Ex: The article 'Part-time librarians: jewels of the profession' reports the results of a survey of US part time library staff. Ex: The article 'A passage to India: a bibliographical cameo' celebrates the bibliographical ties between the India and Britain. ---- * decorado con joyas = jewelled. * joya llamativa = bling. * joya ostentosa = bling. * joya preciada = prize(d) jewel. * joyas = jewellery [jewelry, -USA]. * joyas de encargo = custom jewellery ; bespoke jewellery. * joyas de la corona = crown jewels. * joyas de la familia = family jewels. * joyas por encargo = custom jewellery ; bespoke jewellery. (n.) = crowning jewel ; showpiece ; piece of resistance. Ex: In this fully updated work, nearly 500 species and cultivars of the crowning jewels of water gardens, the water lilies and lotuses, are described. Ex: Every garden also needs a showpiece flower, easy to grow but fabulous and exotic in the vase. Ex: On the other hand, the greatest eye-catcher and the piece of resistance of this incredible home is the wood and iron grand staircase. ---- * joya arquitectónica = architectural jewel. * joya desconocida = hidden jewel ; hidden gem. * joya escondida = hidden gem ; hidden jewel. * joya oculta = hidden gem ; hidden jewel. * la joya de = showpiece ; piece of resistance. * pequeña joya = bijou. * ser una joya = be a gem. * una joya = a little gem. = a little gem. Ex: If readers are persistent enough to get beneath the sometimes painful jargon common in this genre, they will find a little gem of a book.