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lingot

(ˈlɪŋɡət)
n
another name for ingot

Lingot, Linget

 a small mass of metal—Johnson, 1755.
Examples: lingots of ripe Indian corn, 1856; of gold, 1488; of silver, 1653.
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La traduccion francesa: "La monnaie perd surtout de sa valeur quand on l'a trop multipliee, lorsque, par exemple, une si grande quantite d'argent a ete transformee en monnaie, que les hommes en arrivent a rechercher l'argent en lingot plus que le numeraire.
Though this poet-speaker is not represented as nurturing a poetic seed to fruition, neither does he simply shape from the outside the "lingot truth" that he "dug" from the Old Yellow Book (I.452-453).
Mais un jour, on decouvre que le lingot d'or produit apres des mois de prospection a ete vole.
Il a d'autre part fait constater que la question des comptes bancaires de la Bibliotheque d'Alexandrie et du lingot d'or a fait l'objet d'enquete innocentant les accuses.
One cooks haricot or lingot beans until just softened and then places them in a pot with some belly pork, a couple of confit duck or goose legs (including some of the confit-ing fat), some ferociously garlicky Toulouse sausage, some herbs, a touch of stock and a topping of breadcrumbs.
They have also come out with an experimental rectangular-shaped Brie called Lingot, perfect for using in sandwiches without the waste one would normally produce cutting it from a wheel.
"Le sanctuaire du dieu au lingot d'Enkomi-Alasia (Chypre)," in Alasia 1, ed.
"La societe deviendra comme ton coeur, dit le Quaker a John Bell, elle aura pour Dieu un lingot d'or et pour souverain pontife un usurier juif" (6) (1:3, 61).
A cet endroit, les etudiant(e)s ont ete inities au fonctionnement complet d'un moulin minier, du broyage du minerai a la coulee d'un lingot d'or en passant par la cyanurisation (procede Merill-Crowe).
Girki in Libourne has also introduced a new line of rich ice cream called Lingot D'Or.
The selection includes unusual products such as cambozola from Bavaria and le biguou Lingot from France.