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1. gold


I think it's highly unlikely that Tom will be allowed to keep the gold that he found.
Japan's gold and foreign exchange reserves stood at $68.9 billion at the end of 1998, down from $77.0 billion a year earlier.
Gold doesn't rust.
Or would I were a little burnish'd apple For you to pluck me, gliding by so cold, While sun and shade your robe of lawn will dapple, Your robe of lawn, and your hair's spun gold.
Please don't spill the beans to Elizabeth that I bought her a gold necklace for her birthday.
Gold gives an air of beauty even to ugliness: but with poverty everything becomes frightful.
The vodka he had brought to the party contained flecks of gold, which turned out to have been salvaged from discarded electronics, making for a lot of carcinogenic cocktails.
A tricorn trimmed with gold lace was set at a rakish angle over a wig of white curls that dropped down to his waist.
In Olympic competitions, a gold medal is for first place, a silver medal for second, and a bronze medal is for third place.
Idiot! She's not being honest when she says she loves you. Haven't you figured it out yet? She's just a gold digger.
Unblended gold in its pure form is so soft, that one can knead it by hand.
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Thinking to get at once all the gold the goose could give, he killed it and opened it only to find - nothing.
More than iron, more than lead, more than gold I need electricity. I need it more than I need lamb or pork or lettuce or cucumber. I need it for my dreams.

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