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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.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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She said he was so valuable to their party the PM should have involved him in Brexit talks and gushed: "When I say gold dust, I'm being honest."
Her medium is acrylic on canvas and she adds natural pieces from the Eureka region to her paintings such as fool's gold, gold dust, wild sage, and wood from the mines and trees.
His notebooks were like gold dust. They provided a detailed record Sandra Smith, fraud investigation team Haji justice in taxes counts
and Erin Miller, Broker/Owners of CENTURY 21 Gold Dust, stated, “Buying CENTURY 21 Gold Dust Realty, and the commercial building at 133 Brunswick Road was a highlight in our lives.
Brains Craft Brewery Gold Dust, 4.2% ABV, available on draught at selected Brains pubs The Brains Craft Brewery is a tenth of the size of the main plant and produces new and sometimes experimental brews for selected pubs.
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.
The recent Lady Gaga photographs show her backstage with her bum covered in gold dust. Was gold dust applied to Gaga's bum to make it look fuller and flawless for the thong she wore at the VMA's?
She sat under an advertisement that read, "Coming Soon: The Gold Dust Twins." Then she moved under a sign that read, "Sloan's Liniments remove swelling." I was even more amused when she sat under a shaving advertisement that read, "William's Stick Did the Trick." Then I could not control myself any longer when, on the fourth move, she sat under an advertisement that read, "Dunlop Rubber Would Have Prevented This Accident." The case was dismissed
CARDIFF CITY boss Malky Mackay has hailed the 'gold dust' core of 'Mr Reliables' he says have kept the Bluebirds at the top of the Championship despite a raft of injury setbacks.
Throughout October, Amos, 49, has been touring with songs from her new album Gold Dust, which reinterprets hits from the past two decades, accompanied by the Metropole Orchestra.