A hundred times had Martin obediently looked at the specimens in the brown, crackly-varnished bookcase: the beetles and chunks of mica; the embryo of a two-headed calf, the gallstones removed from a respectable lady whom the Doc enthusiastically named to all visitors.
There are no more uses of "mica" in the book.
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Past the gates she could see Alicante below, shimmering water in the canals, the demon towers reaching up to where sunlight made them glitter like mica sparkling in stone.
Cassandra Clare -- City of Heavenly Fire
Where do you find a porcupine necktie in Mica, Arizona—or anywhere else, for that matter?