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[The Stranglers album] Gold is a compilation album by The Stranglers. ==Track listing== ===Disc 1=== ===Disc 2=== ...
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[Donna Summer album] Gold was Donna Summer`s most recent (of many) greatest hits compilations. Donna Summer`s entry in Universal Music`s two-disc compilation series Gold is more or less a re-release of 1993`s The Donna Summer Anthology, with the most noticeable differences being the cover art and that Gold includes four of her 90`s Club and
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[Scorpions album] Gold is a compilation album by German heavy metal band Scorpions, released in 2006. It is one of the band`s few career-spanning sets, featuring their better-known Mercury Records material, as well as the earlier material with Ulrich Jon Roth. ==Track listing== ===Disc one=== ===Disc two=== Note: "Over The Top" appears on t
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[ontology] GOLD (General Ontology for Linguistic Description) is an ontology for descriptive linguistics. It gives a formalized account of the most basic categories and relations used in the scientific description of human language. GOLD was first introduced by Farrar and Langendoen (2003). Originally, it was envisioned as a solution to the
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[parser] GOLD is a freeware parsing system that is designed to support multiple programming languages. == Design == The system uses a DFA for lexical analysis and the LALR algorithm for parsing. Both of these algorithms are state machines that use tables to determine actions. GOLD is designed around the principle of logically separating the
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[The Allman Brothers Band album] Gold: The Allman Brothers Band is a compilation album with songs from their first (The Allman Brothers Band) album until their 1979 album Enlightened Rogues. This was released in 2005. The booklet features an essay about the early history of the band written in 2005. == Track listing == ===Disc One=== Tracks
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Since ancient times, gold has been prized for its beauty, and purity since it does not oxidize or tarnish like most other metals. It has also been used as a store of value to build wealth and shield against hard times. Gold used in jewelry is almost always alloyed with other metals since gold in its pure form is very soft and malleable, and would n
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The Bank of England is perhaps best known for storing gold. The standard weight of a bar is around 12.5 kilos (27-28 pounds). The purity of a bar of gold is measured by its assay. An assay of 1000 means it is completely pure. To be in the vaults a bar has to have an assay of more than 995 (995 parts per 1000 gold).
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[adj] - made from or covered with gold 2. [n] - a soft yellow malleable ductile (trivalent and univalent) metallic element 3. [n] - coins made of gold 4. [n] - great wealth
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Code name for one of the landing beaches in Normandy (in the British/Canadian sector)
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The centre colour of the multicoloured target used in target archery. Also the highest scoring zone on a target face.
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A soft yellow precious metal found in pure nuggets or extracted by sieving ground rock or sand. It was a highly prized metal for its decorative qualities and is found as jewellery in particular. The metal can be worked cold, including hammer welding. Uses: Jewellery - torcs, bracelets, fibula Coins - called a stater (used by Belgae/Gallic tribes)
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Gold is a soft metal with a characteristic yellow colour. It is the most malleable and ductile of any element. It is unaffected by air, water, alkalis and acids, with the exception of 'aqua regia', HNO3/HCl. The fact that it is chemically unreactive means that it is often found in its natural state. It is a good thermal and electrical co
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Strategic commander
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GOLD: The Global Initiative for Chronic Obstructive Lung Disease (GOLD), a collaborative project of the US National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI) and the World Health Organization (WHO). Its goals are to increase awareness of COPD (chronic obstructive pulomonary disease) and to decrease morbidity and mortality from it. GOLD aims to impro
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The most versatile precious metal of all. It is more ductile than any other metal, with the capacity of being drawn out into a fine wire, and so malleable that it can be beaten into a leaf 4 millionths of an inch (a 10 thousandth of a millimetre) thick. Gold is resistant to corrosion, and to the action of solvents. Pure, 24 carat gold is too soft a
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Gold (gōld), Golde Goolde (gōld) noun (Botany) An old English name of some yellow flower, -- the marigold ( Calendula ), according to Dr. Prior, but in Chaucer perhaps the turnsole.
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Gold (gōld) noun [ Anglo-Saxon gold ; akin to Dutch goud , Old Saxon & German gold , Icelandic gull , Swedish & Danish guld , Goth. gulþ , Russian & OSlav. zlato ; probably akin to English yellow . √49, 234. See Yellow
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1. <chemistry> A metallic element, constituting the most precious metal used as a common commercial medium of exchange. It has a characteristic yellow colour, is one of the heaviest substances known (specific gravity 19.32), is soft, and very malleable and ductile. It is quite unalterable by heat, moisture, and most corrosive agents, and ther
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golden adjective made from or covered with gold; `gold coins`; `the gold dome of the Capitol`; `the golden calf`; `gilded icons`
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Gold, Latin aurum, was already legal tender before the first coins. The oldest gold coins derive from the seventh century BC.
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(Au) (gōld) chemical element, atomic number 79, atomic weight 196.967. Gold and many of its compounds are used in medicine, especially in treating rheumatoid arthritis. Gold salts are among the most toxic of therapeutic agents and must be given only under strict medical supervision. Tox...
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• (n.) Alt. of Goolde • (v. t.) Figuratively, something precious or pure; as, hearts of gold. • (v. t.) Money; riches; wealth. • (v. t.) A metallic element, constituting the most precious metal used as a common commercial medium of exchange. It has a characteristic yellow color, is one of the heaviest substances known (specific
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chemical element, a dense, lustrous, yellow precious metal of Group Ib, Period 6, of the periodic table. Gold has several qualities that have made it ... [55 related articles]
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