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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 space was designed to foster collaboration and support the Goldfish Swim School culture.
In addition to putting goldfish in guestrooms, The Westin Mina Seyahi Beach Resort and Marina's business centres have also become home to a family of goldfish to help create a more relaxed environment for business travellers and help stimulate creativity.
They're really cute little goldfish in your little glass bowl, but you let them out and they turn into monsters.
Goldfish chilled in jars in the study suffered no ill effects and could still reproduce.
In turn, Goldfish ICT will get access to the global extensive SAP expertise itelligence has to offer.
There I was, a pillion on James' bike carrying the goldfish in one hand and holding on with the other.
Goldfish invasions have also been reported in North American waters in the past few years.
Many goldfish perish under harsh conditions at markets and kiosks ahead of Now Ruz or at the hands of well-meaning but uninformed holidaymakers.
I recommend getting the water tested to check ammonia levels are not too high and if there are snails in the tank with your goldfish, you should remove them.
Goldfish and Tess have a lot to say about truth, friendship and family.
I was not surprised, then, to hear that a day after this show's opening, a vet from the Berlin city government inspected the exhibit and declared that the solitary goldfish needed gravel, a hiding place, and company--which they were promptly granted.
MANY people in Birmingham keep their fish in tiny goldfish bowls.