artificial gold

artificial gold

[¦ärd·ə¦fish·əl ′gōld]
(inorganic chemistry)
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According to a stall holder at Karachi Company rubber bangles along with artificial gold bangles was in great demand this year.
These products are made in old districts in houses well-equipped to produce goods in high demand in the local market such as women's garments, accessories, artificial gold jewellery, furniture, food and pastry and other products.
Newman argues against what he calls "the noninterventionist fallacy" regarding Aristotle's attitude to nature, showing that Aristotle did advocate experiment as a means to knowledge: "The notion of a perfective art was in fact the key concept in arguing for the legitimacy of experimental results, just as it had been crucial for maintaining the identity of natural and artificial gold.
George Stephenson High School has applied for planning permission to build an all-weather pitch with floodlights and to resurface and add fencing to the existing artificial gold top area and to erect sports storage containers.
99 each; artificial gold and green-coloured leaf garlands pounds 25; lights pounds 25, ivory pears pounds 1.