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GOLD. A metal used in making money, or coin. It is pure when the metal is unmixed with any other. Standard gold, is gold mixed with some other metal, called alloy. Vide Money.

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Of the other properties, says Osborne, its 9-square mile Alaskan Gold Dust property, 100 miles northeast of Fairbanks, looks to be the most promising.
They left Gold Dust beside a trash can at a roadside park in New Mexico and more or less forgot about him.
Tickets are like gold dust and ruthless touts are charging up to PS800 online for a place in the newly-built Stade de Lyon.
The company, comprised of CENTURY 21 Gold Dust, CENTURY 21 Foothill Realty, and ERA Cornerstone Realty Group will now operate as the CENTURY 21 Cornerstone Realty and specialize in residential, and luxury sales.
Gold Dust is a golden ale served from a keg, look out for the tall chrome fonts in Brains pubs.
BEYONCE is kicking off the European leg of the Mrs Carter Show World Tour with two dates in Glasgow and we have TWO gold dust tickets to give away.
The officials checked his bags and found 1kg of gold dust concealed in different plastic covers and aluminium foil, a customs officer said.
However, researchers were not certain until now whether trees could actually absorb the precious metal from underground deposits or if the wind simply blew gold dust there from other sites.
Was gold dust applied to Gaga's bum to make it look fuller and flawless for the thong she wore at the VMA's?
GOLD dust worth $700,000 (PS437,000) has gone missing from a medical research lab in St Louis, USA, and police are trying to determine if it was lost or stolen.
They are the guys who are gold dust, the guys you want in your team and in your club.