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bullion

1. gold or silver in mass
2. gold or silver in the form of bars and ingots, suitable for further processing
3. a thick gold or silver wire or fringed cord used as a trimming, as on military uniforms
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bullion

[′bu̇l·yən]
(metallurgy)
Gold or silver in bulk in the shape of bars or ingots.
(mining engineering)
A concretion found in some types of coal, composed of carbonate or silica stained by brown humic derivatives; often well-preserved plant structures form the nuclei.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

bullion

Same as bull’s eye.
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