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Gold and enamel
* The Coat of Arms of the United States in Gold surrounded by a circle of Dark Blue enamel, 1 ½ inches in diameter, bearing the inscription " FOR DISTINGUISHED SERVICE MCMXVIII ".
Cellini's Saliera, made in Paris, 1540 – 1543 ; Gold, partly covered in enamel, with an ebony base.
A Gold color metal and enamel device in height consisting of a shield blazoned: Parti per chevron couped and concave Argent and Gules in chief a sun in splendor between three six-pointed mullets one and two all of the second, on a canton of the like a mule with mountain artillery pack Or ( for the Second Field Artillery ).
* Description: A Gold color metal and enamel device in height overall blazoned as follows: Per fess embattled Sable and Gules fimbriated Or a pile in bend of the third the lower portion obscured by the second tincture, in sinister chief a mullet of the third.
A Gold color metal and enamel device in height overall consisting of a shield blazoned: Or an Avanyu Sable.
Benvenuto Cellini's Cellini Salt Cellar | Salt Cellar, made in Paris for Francis I of France, 1540-1543 ; Gold, partly covered in enamel, with an ebony base.
Gold and enamel purse clasp, Saxon

Gold and pectoral
Gold Scythian pectoral, or neckpiece, from a royal kurgan in Tolstaya Mogila, Yenakiieve | Ordžonikidze, Ukraine, dated to the second half of the 4th century BC.
Gold pectoral cross from Italy or subalpine regions, late 6th century – 7th century

Gold and by
* " The Origin of Ambergris " excerpted from Floating Gold by Christopher Kemp
Alarums and Excursions ( A & E ) is an amateur press association started in June 1975 by Lee Gold ( at the request of Bruce Pelz, who felt that discussion of Dungeons & Dragons was taking up too much space in Apa-L, the APA of the Los Angeles Science Fantasy Society ).
In the center of the helmet was a center black stripe surrounded by 2 gold stripes and 2 white stripes, These colors represented the two college rival schools in the state of Georgia ; rival schools Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets ( White and Gold ) and the Georgia Bulldogs ( Red and Black ) Although the gold was later taken out, the white remains to this day.
* 1933 – U. S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt signs two executive orders: 6101 to establish the Civilian Conservation Corps, and 6102 " forbidding the Hoarding of Gold Coin, Gold Bullion, and Gold Certificates " by U. S. citizens.
Behind The Eyes was eventually certified Gold by the RIAA.
It was followed in 1951 by the less successful Gold Rush story Paint Your Wagon.
< u > The Bill James Gold Mine </ u >, 2009, p. 24 .</ ref > uses seven different categories for classification by OPS:
Boudica's story is the subject of several novels, including books by Rosemary Sutcliff, Roxanne Gregory, Pauline Gedge, Manda Scott, Alan Gold, Diana L. Paxson, David Wishart, George Shipway, Simon Scarrow and J. F. Broxholme ( a pseudonym of Duncan Kyle ).
However, the advent of U. S. sovereignty after the Mexican – American War, and especially, the Gold Rush, saw the Peralta's lands quickly encroached on by squatters and diminished by dubious legal proceedings.
Chaplin could be inspired by tragic events when creating his films, as in the case of The Gold Rush ( 1925 ), which was inspired by the fate of the Donner Party.
Others believe it was a corrupted term of " Chilango ", meaning an inhabitant from Mexico City or Central Mexico ( i. e. the highland states of Mexico ( state ), Jalisco, Puebla ( state ) and Michoacán ); and even from the term " Chileno " by the Chilean presence in mid 19th-century California, when miners from Chile arrived in the California Gold Rush ( 1848 – 51 ).
* Played by his grandson Richard Attlee, in the TV series Dunkirk in 2004, and in Jerome Vincent ’ s ' Stuffing Their Mouths with Gold '; the story of how the National Health Service came to be.
Shortly before quitting, he moonlighted as a comic book artist, contributing half the artwork for a one-shot comic book ( the other half of the art being done by story partner Jack Hannah ) titled Donald Duck Finds Pirate Gold.
Examples of modern gold collector / investor coins include the American Gold Eagle minted by the United States, the Canadian Gold Maple Leaf minted by Canada, and the Krugerrand, minted by South Africa.
Alexander was awarded the First Gold Medal for Research by the American Institute of Architects in 1972.
#* performed by Neil Young & Crazy Horse ; appears on the album After the Gold Rush

Gold and René
René has received numerous Gold and Platinum certifications for his singles and albums and has found success in Europe ( primarily in Germany and Switzerland ), Asia and South America.

Gold and Lisbon
Most of the fleet was captured and taken to Lisbon < nowiki > a huge amount of Gold plus all the garrison, arms and tripulation </ nowiki >.
He began studying drawing at the age of thirteen, and he exhibited regularly in Lisbon, Bilbao, Barcelona, and Madrid in his twenties and thirties, winning many prizes, including the Gold Medal painting prize in Barcelona's La Punyalada competition in 1965 .< ref name =" PitxotFigueres ">
Mendonça is named by Barros as the captain of a ship that left Lisbon in 1519, and as having been given instructions to search for Marco Polo's legendary Isles of Gold, said to lie to the south of Sumatra: At the end of June of the year 1520, a ship arrived that had departed the Kingdom that year, the Captain and Pilot being Pedro Eanes, nicknamed the Frenchman, who being a diligent man and one well versed in matters of the sea, King Manuel had entrusted with letters for Diogo Lopez concerning service matters.

enamel and by
This means that even if the coating is scratched or abraded, the exposed steel will still be protected from corrosion by the remaining zinc-an advantage absent from paint, enamel, powder coating and other methods.
Depiction of Jonah in a champlevé enamel ( 1181 ) by Nicholas of Verdun in the Verduner altar at Klosterneuburg abbey, Austria.
May Belle Mitchell kept her daughter's stories in white enamel bread boxes and there were several boxes of her stories stored in the Mitchell home by the time she went off to college.
Vilem Slavata of Chlum, 1618 enamel on copper, by follower of Dominicus Custos
Treatments include at-home topical fluoride application to strengthen tooth enamel and frequent teeth cleanings by a dental hygienist.
Each card was wound with two layers of enameled nickel alloy wire with a diameter of 17 µm ( 21 µm with the enamel insulation included ) in such way that a total area of 1 cm by 1 cm was completely covered.
While the role of these proteins is not fully understood, it is believed that they aid in the development of enamel by serving as framework support among other functions.
Fluoride helps prevent dental decay by binding to the hydroxyapatite crystals in enamel.
In 2004, Irish artist John Byrne created " Supper ", a 9. 3 by 2. 2 metre photo screen-printed onto vitreous enamel, depicting his modern Irish take on the painting with 13 everyday Dubliners.
Because the name change of the route to the separate identity of the Hammersmith & City line is relatively recent, there are many stations with tiling or enamel maps that still show that they are served by the Metropolitan line, e. g. Bromley-by-Bow station, shared by the H & C and the District line.
The abbey church of St. Pierre, dating chiefly from the 13th century, contains, besides some fine stained glass, twelve representations of the apostles in enamel, created about 1547 by Léonard Limosin.
The effects of bruxism on an anterior tooth, revealing the dentin and pulp which are normally hidden by enamel
The obverse central disc is in gilt, featuring the head of Marianne, surrounded by the legend République Française on a blue enamel ring.
The reverse central disc is also in gilt, with a set of crossed tricolores, surrounded by the Légion's motto Honneur et Patrie ( Honour and Fatherland ) and its foundation date on a blue enamel ring.
The star ( or " plaque ") is worn by the Grand Cross ( in gilt on the left chest ) and the Grand Officer ( in silver on the right chest ) respectively ; it is similar to the badge, but without enamel, and with the wreath replaced by a cluster of rays in between each arm.
Medieval Islamic metalwork offers a complete contrast to its European equivalent, which is dominated by modelled figures and brightly coloured decoration in enamel, some pieces entirely in precious metals.
The posset set that the Spanish ambassador gave Queen Mary I of England and King Philip II of Spain when they became betrothed in 1554 is believed to have been made by Benvenuto Cellini and is of crystal, gold, precious gems, and enamel.
The other Myres distinguished by their wheel-thrown pottery of Frankish technique and precious metals, garnets, glass, amethysts and other luxuries in personal adornment and in skilful metalworking techniques in enamel, niello and filigree unparalleled elsewhere in sub-Roman Britain.
The festival is marked by illumination, making of toys of enamel and making of figures out of crystal sugar popularly known as Misiri.
In 1995 four sets of enamel panels designed by Amanda Duncan were installed in the subway between the north and south exits.

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