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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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Strong acid water showed marked increase concentration of aufrom gold alloy.
When the earrings later became tarnished, she took them to a jeweler, who informed her that they were actually sterling silver coated in gold alloy.
Of these, the GPH is a gold alloy bonding wire for halogen-free resin that reduces the burden on the environment, and for the first time in the world, is able to maintain connection reliability for up to 4,000 hours under the high temperature of 175 degrees Celsius, which is double the time for existing products.
The showcase will include new gold colors such as purple and blue, gold alloy effects, powder metallurgy, gold based composites and new colored gold coatings.
Where the box projects forward of the glass wall, it alone is clad in gold alloy panels, introducing an almost heraldic note of industrial luxury.
Focusing on the management of caries as a disease and the restoration of individual teeth, the 20 chapters in this textbook describe direct conservative fillings fabricated from dental amalgam, resin composite, and resin-ionomer materials, and techniques for partial- and complete-coverage indirect restorations of gold alloy, porcelain, metal-ceramic, and resin composite.
I mean it's hardly as if the latest Subaru Impreza WRX STI is understated, not with dazzling gold alloy wheels, a turbo scoop the size of an industrial air vent and rear spoiler that could double as a climbing frame.
Police said the robbers sped off empty-handed towards Binley Woods in a blue Subaru Impreza with gold alloy wheels.
Gold alloy is rolled into ribbons one inch wide and then cut into one-inch squares.
The torc, a gold alloy Iron Age neck-ring, was found by workmen at the Glascote Boat Works in 1943 as they were digging a trench.
5-inch gold alloy terminal ring was missing when the main section of the torc was discovered in 1965 in fields near the village of Sedgeford.
In fact, I thought it looked a bit tacky with its 17-inch gold alloy wheels.