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auric

of or containing gold in the trivalent state

Auric

Georges ([zh]%r[zh]). 1899--1983, French composer; one of les Six. His works include ballet and film music
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"Auric is a unique innovation in the Functional foods segment that addresses the universal need of anti-ageing for health seekers and enthusiasts.
Like Ravel, little if any of Auric's piano music is at the beginning or intermediate level.
Are significant books about Auric and Durey on the horizon?
But over the days, auric field or no auric field, it was getting a little maddening listening to the wind chime all the time, but I couldn't risk climbing up again on the step ladder to bring it down.
As regular readers will know, earlier this year I spent some time at eco-society Damanhur in Northern Italy learning about the work they have undertaken with plant energy and auric fields.
Cape Town, South Africa, December 20, 2012 --(PR.com)-- Auric Consulting has officially launched its initiative 'My Sky My Country' on Facebook.
Sean Connery's secret agent 007 returns in the third film in the Bond franchise to tackle the villainous and aptly named gold magnate Auric Goldfinger, who plans to render the United States' own bullion deposits useless by detonating a radioactive device at Fort Knox.
Auric Mining Company (OTC: AUMY.PK), an investment and management company in mining and natural resources projects, has paid the initial deposit on the Greenstone deposit.
With Auric Goldfinger's audacious bid to destroy the world's gold reserves, Oddjob's deadly bowler hat, torture by laser beam and that remarkable Aston Martin, it was joyful excess all areas.
Quiz of the Day ANSWERS: 1 Geri Halliwell; 2 The African Queen; 3 They are the reserve crews in the University Boat Race; 4 The gerbil; 5 Durham; 6 Atlantic City; 7 Alaska; 8 Red and white; 9 Henrietta Maria; 10 Auric.
Thursday The Real Goldfinger - Revealed Five, 8pm An audacious plot to steal 215 tons of gold from the Bank Of England on the eve of World War I may have been the inspiration for Ian Fleming's villain Auric Goldfinger.