guinea gold

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Noun1.guinea gold - brass with enough copper to give it a reddish tintguinea gold - brass with enough copper to give it a reddish tint; used for plumbing pipe and other brass hardware and in cheap jewelry
brass - an alloy of copper and zinc
2.guinea gold - 22-karat gold from which guinea coins were made
atomic number 79, Au, gold - a soft yellow malleable ductile (trivalent and univalent) metallic element; occurs mainly as nuggets in rocks and alluvial deposits; does not react with most chemicals but is attacked by chlorine and aqua regia
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Other gas stations shut by the agency were Tunji Isola Station at Obada Oko; Pixal Petroleum, Papalanto; Guinea Gold Petroleum, Arigbajo; Rolafeek Investment Limited, Ifo and Tip Top Mega Energy Oil and Gas, Iyana-Iyesi, Ota.
Eranthis Hyemalis 'Guinea Gold', Winter Aconite is just showing its egg-yolk-yellow-like face with a green ruffed collar in my garden and is a joy to see.
In November 2010 GOA entered into an agreement ("Agreement") with New Guinea Gold Corporation (CVE:NGG), subject to the approval of the PNG Minister of Mines, for Anomaly to acquire NGG's 10% interest in the Project in exchange for the issue of 31.25 million shares in GOA.
International Resource News-July 4, 2011--New Guinea Gold Corporation receives assay results from KVD026 and KVD027(C)1994-2011 ENPublishing -
Canadian-listed New Guinea Gold Corp is the major Coppermoly shareholder with 17.1 per cent and another Canadian group, Vangold, holds about 14 per cent.
This comic strip, drawn by Alex Gurney, first appeared briefly in the magazine Picture-News in 1939, but was then transferred to the Melbourne Sun, from where it was syndicated to newspapers all over Australia, appearing also in Canada, New Zealand, and in New Guinea for the serviceman's paper, Guinea Gold. Every load of Army mail to the Middle East, Malaya and to New Guinea outposts during the Second World War contained Bluey and Curley comic strips cut from the newspapers and included in letters from home to the troops.
Within a few years, the 'easy' deposits had been worked out and many independent miners left to prospect further afield, so that larger syndicates and companies like Guinea Gold No Liability, Day Dawn Ltd, Bulolo Gold Dredging (BGD, a subsidiary of the Canadian Placer Development Limited), and New Guinea Goldfield (NGG, a subsidiary of the Russio-Asiatic Consolidated) were left to dominate the Morobe extractive scene.
Scotland's Todd Cooper and England's Matthew Bowe failed to medal in the 100m butterfly, finishing sixth and seventh, while there was a first Papua New Guinea gold for Ryan Pini which sparked wild celebrations among the small band of supporters from the Pacific islanders.