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of or relating to or containing or derived from gold

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'Potentially the quantities of Fulstone gold, silver, zinc and copper could represent the amount of metals that would be recovered from four separate mines.' said John Key, President and COO of Auric Gold.
While Anti-Ageing - Ayurveda - Beverages is the discussion theme for today, Auric envisages a broader play in the category of Lifestyle Benefits, traditional science and convenient food formats.
In the recently issued volume, The Best of George Auric in fifteen pieces for piano represents a significant contribution in bringing this neglected composer's work back before the public, teachers and students.
Auric says key benefits include the integration of sophisticated and specialised functionality in applications, reduced development time, reduced block diagram complexity and size, rapid project and VI creation, help file documentation, and simple VI manipulation.
If completed, the Auric Group and Elron Electronic Industries will each own 32.3%, and Tevel Israel International Communications Inc will own 33.3%.
Much less has been written about Georges Auric, Louis Durey, and Germaine Tailleferre, and performances of their music have never been plentiful.
And remember that those very same five years saw new productions by the Diaghilev Ballets Russes with decors by Benois, Picasso, Sert, Larinov, Bakst, Goncharova, Gris, Laurencin, Braque, Pruna, and Utrillo; and new music by Stravinsky, Respighi, Prokofiev, Poulenc, Auric, Milhaud, Dukelsky, and Rieti.
His first literary attempts were poems, Les Joues en feu (1920; "The Burning Cheeks"); a short two-act play with music by Georges Auric, Les Pelicans (1921); and articles in avant-garde reviews.
Given the centralized perspective, the large scale, and the plain yellow floorboards that fill the foreground, the work resembles the backdrop for some lost comedy of manners, or a ballet with music by Georges Auric or Germaine Tailleferre.
"Marriages may be based more on auric resonance between the partners, perhaps checked through joint bio-field readings, or on conscious, mutual karmic plans," he writes.
9There are a couple of Bond/Chitty connections besides Ian Fleming - Gert Frobe, known for his role as Auric Goldfinger in Goldfinger, played Baron Bomburst in the film.
The painting was once owned by a powerful American industrialist, Charles Engelhard, the flamboyant president of the Engelhard Minerals and Chemicals Corporation, bought it in 1958, who was the inspiration behind Ian Fleming's Goldfinger to create his arch-villain Auric Goldfinger for the James Bond movie, the Guardian reported.
"In Goldfinger, for example, he drinks 18 units while having drinks and dinner with Auric Goldfinger before then driving home.
As time passed and nothing happened, another friend advised that we needed to change the bad energy from the auric fields around us, or something like that.