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gold-filled

[¦gōld ′fild]
(metallurgy)
Covered by a layer of gold alloy.
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WHOOP DE HOOPS Gold-filled bangle with gold-filled beads, $345; 14K yellow gold asymmetrical link necklace, $2,100; gold-plated disc earrings, $64; gold-filled hoop earrings with layered chains, $138.
5" barrel features a handsome gold-filled rollmark saying: "50 Years of .
The rifle sports a Mossy Oak Break-Up stock, gold-filled floorplate and barrel engraving, and a Bushnell Elite scope, courtesy of Bushnell.
The electronic connections on the Lunar Rover, NASA's moon-dune buggy, were joined with a gold-filled conductive epoxy.
Jody Coyote makes sterling silver, gold-filled, bronze and copper earrings and fashion pins at its west Eugene factory.
The band use the classic final reel - where a gold-filled coach is teetering on a cliff edge - as the backdrop for the group performing the single.
Prospectors and miners migrated further into the sertao, ever hoping to find another gold-filled river for one more strike at fortune.
Along the Treasure Coast, divers may be lucky enough to find relics from sunken, gold-filled Spanish galleons whose treasures have been washed up along these shores for centuries.
Made from a virus that avidly fuses to vertebrate cells, the gold-filled Sendai virus envelopes attached to neural cells that were later transplanted into rats.
In addition to its registered Early and Late Modern gold-filled and cellulose acetate glasses, RetroSpecs offers a signature line of buffalo horn frames.
The elegant designs are handcrafted in collaboration with entrepreneurial artisan women in the Dominican Republic, and the Esmeralda Signature style consists of lightweight, intricate bead-weaving techniques using fine crystals, natural stones, cultivated pearls, beads, and sterling silver and gold-filled findings.
All bracelets are available with one, two, or three 14k yellow or white gold links attached to a removable gold-filled snake chain.