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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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The pot of gold represents $10 million the city can raise in additional property taxes, in excess of the annual 2.5 percent allowable increase, without the need of a Proposition 21/2 override.
With two mobsters on their heels hell bent to bury them out on the open road, Pot of Gold is the hilarious journey of three friends discovering their own meanings to life as they end up in one crazy adventure after another on the trip of a lifetime.
The Pot of Gold is on at the Unity Theatre, between September 11-13.
In March, dressed as a leprechaun, he held a sign that read, "Watch your speed or it will cost you your pot of gold." Those who ignored his advice were chased down by cops on motorcycles.
They will also reassure us that there's a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow - free laptops, free low energy light bulbs and everlasting local hospitals that will treat us for anything and everything including ailments that don't exist.
In "The Pirate Adventure" also by Janis Diamond, Raggedy Andy is kidnaped by a band of pirates while searching for Leprechaun Micky's legendary pot of gold. Confidently recommended, entertaining viewing for children, all of these stories are enhanced with color animation and each DVD features a history of Raggedy Ann & Andy, as well as an interactive menu, and a Scene Selection capability.
All will discover that there is no pot of gold buried outside Albany.
THE rainbow nation finally found their pot of gold as South Africa won the battle to host the 2010 World Cup.
PATRICK MELCHER goes underground and refuses to film--claiming the Black Label team is "after me pot of gold!"
A further economic boom brought on by the advent of World War I saw yet more expansion, a big increase in the number of factories in the southern part of the city and a mass influx of migrant laborers searching for a pot of gold in the Dickensian slums.
Now I have the proverbial pot of gold: I live on an island in a 13-sided home surrounded by an edible landscape.
I was cool with the idea of the leprechaun and the pot of gold