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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.
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bullion

Same as bull’s eye.
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Medhat Alberaqdar, chief specialist and inspector of the former stamp and parity department, said that gold bullion is available in different calibres, weights and sizes, some are imported, while others are handmade.
Imported bullion is an alloy bought from abroad by gold traders and manufacturers and is allowed to be traded in the market after being inspected and stamped, while handmade alloys are manufactured by re-melting the used gold to be manufactured into new alloys.
In a short period of time, RSBL has managed to become one of the leading players in the bullion industry.
Over 90% of its bullion sale takes place through RSBL Spot.
The traders have demanded simplification of regulations for promotion of the bullion trade, including allowing depositing any amount without limit and without additional charges, and moving towards as single tax regime across the country.
" Koda might have utilised the bullion channel to deploy his funds to the tune of Rs 650 crore.
Founded in 1994, RSBL is one of India's top bullion companies and has been a market leader in the wholesale and retail level deliveries in the spot, forward and futures market.
This is Bullion Federation's third annual convention that was attended by all industry stalwarts.
These awards and certifications join the Hall of Fame at RSBL, joining other significant awards such as Best Gold Bullion Dealer of the year 2016-17, Best Gold Seller in India, Maharajah of the Bullion Industry, Golden Arm, Emerging India and EPCES Export Awards that it has earned over the years.
It is one of the highly regarded gold conventions in the bullion industry.
My award for "Maharajah of the Bullion Industry" is special as it comes from my colleagues in the industry.
Both the Indian Gold Coin and the Indian Gold Bullion are among the key initiatives of the gold reform schemes announced in the 2015 budget.