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GELD, old Eng. law. It signifies a fine or compensation for an offence; also, rent, money or tribute.

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Great credit goes to the employees at Low Gelt for recognising and protecting these birds.
During work at Gelt, which will extend towards Brampton roundabout, there will be an overnight road closure on Saturday, July 25, while the road across a narrow bridge is resurfaced.
It exists on land adjacent to the River Gelt, an area designated as a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI).
Similarly, the ATM tax fix "really needed to happen, because otherwise we were going to have two million people paying about $3,000 more in tax this year and next year," Gelt says.
1/2-2/3 cup Hanukkah gelt or chocolate bar, chopped, or milk chocolate chips * 1 -quart microwave-safe measuring cup with spout * 2 cups low-fat milk * Whisk * 1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract * Pinch of cinnamon and nutmeg * 2 mugs * 2 small candy canes
Gelt (Y[iddish]) (gehlt) / Chanukah chocolate money's called gelt.
Along with the serious side of the holiday, residents of each of our units are treated to a tradition-filled party where they sing songs, eat latkes, play dreidel, exchange gifts, and pass out gelt, foil wrapped candy symbolic of gold coins.
GFC Capital Resources Group, formerly Gelt Funding Corp.
Also for Hanukah is Hanukah Gelt, 6 silver-foiled milk chocolate coins in a header-carded bag; Hanukah Menorah, a solid milk chocolate novelty; and Hanukah Coin Bag.
Robert Greaves, of Gelt Crescent, Hetton-Le-Hole, near Sunderland, has already served a prison term for killing South Shields schoolgirl Carly Nelson.