Gold end

a fragment of broken gold or jewelry.

See also: Gold

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Rob Hughes was looking lively on the right wing for Nomads, attacking the Old Gold end in the 13th minute only to be intercepted, with George Horan recovering the ball to prevent a shot on goal from Carmarthen.
He saw his hopes of going for gold end when he missed two of his last five shots.
Tries from Dai Francis, Lewis Egal and Owen Cotton, the latter's first for the club, along with six points from the boot of Sam Withers ensured the Green and Gold end an impressive campaign in sixth place with 52 points.
Gold mirrors, gold end tables, gold lamps - even gold hat racks."
(12) Calculation based on data from Annual Report of the Director of the Mint and USGS Gold End Use Statistics.
We may need new legislation and have this gold end up with the jewellers instead of the banks," said Sarp Tarhanci of the Istanbul Chamber of Jewellery.
BRITAIN'S Helen Jenkins saw her dream of Olympic gold end in disappointment yesterday as she could only finish fifth in the women's triathlon at a packed Hyde Park.
Size: H66 W49 D35 cm, code: GOL005 SPEND Opulence Gold End Table pounds 199 from Freemans, Small but perfectly formed, this piece has been hand-crafted with shaped fronts, sides, legs and a curved cornice top.
The blue gun metal finish is accented with gold end caps.
Alice Gold End Of The World A refreshing bar-room bluesy pop offering devoid of the toys that swamp too many chart songs.
And the shooting was spot on with new club records being set and three junior archers achieving their first ever six gold end.
Andrew, who has been shooting a compound bow for just three months, hit a six gold end - firing six arrows into the central gold target area from 80 yards.