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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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They will host coverage of S4C's Champions' Night - which includes the Crock of Gold Final - live from the racetrack.
As well as a plea for leniency on the undocumented Irish in America, he also gave Barack a copy of The Keeper Of The Crock of Gold.
Could there be an urban crock of gold at the end of every tower?
This season, it has won a number of races and is the front runner in the battle to reach Rasus's big end-of-season race at Tir Prince, Towyn, The Crock of Gold.
PUT on two of everything and head north-east for a crack at sea fishing's crock of gold.
Marcovicci stars as a romance-minded Irish lass whose world gets flipped when she and her father steal a crock of gold from a leprechaun.
And it confirmed Team GB's double Olympic champion at London 2012 is on course for another crock of gold in Rio.
The decision will also mean the loss of the Welsh Cup and the famous Crock of Gold race series.
Other bars designated for Scotland fans include The Parish, Crock of Gold, the Sports Bar, Wembley Tavern, Watkins Folly and the Blue Check.
Later in the season, S4C's cameras will be at Rasus' spiritual home, Tir Prince, for three meetings to include the S4C Champions' Night on August 31, when the season's best performers compete in The Crock of Gold final.
The competition has attracted the top 36 pacers from all over the UK and Ireland, and Welsh TV Channel S4C carried the draw for the Wolverhampton heats live on Monday night during coverage of the Crock of Gold meeting.