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gold e·quiv·a·lent

a unit of power of the protective colloids; the number of milligrams of protective colloid just sufficient to prevent the precipitation of 10 mL of a 0.0053-0.0058% gold solution by the action of 1 mL of a 10% sodium chloride solution.
Synonym(s): gold number
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And she did it looking fab in this teensy weensy gold number from the king of bling Julien Macdonald.
The best gold number was recorded 10m further down hole from that sample - 1.
The Gold number from du is the icing on the cake, it is something we know is of high importance for this segment of the market," said Fahad Al Hassawi, Chief Commercial Officer, du.
It looked as though she and pal Chelsee decided on matching white bikinis as the Waterloo Road actress chose a white and gold number too.
On Sunday morning Pocock - now running his fettled 2012 YZ250F with a gold number plate - slipped off his bike negotiating the heavily watered terrain (that was slick and unpredictable as a result) but still managed to ace his tenth success (from fourteen) and ensure overall victory for a sixth triumph from a possible seven.
Customers have to sign an 18-month contract of BD35 monthly which will include BD20 free credit (up to 2,000 free minutes), free gold number and unlimited data.
By signing up for an Elite Super 750 plan for a year, du customers can get a special Gold number, while they can get a Silver number by choosing Elite Super 500, and a Bronze number when they opt for Elite Super 250.
Dressed in a short gold number she signed autographs and posed for pictures before heading into top London restaurant Nobu.
Each proudly wore the black and gold number nine shirt-an honour which has been bestowed to Wolves striker Sylvan Ebanks-Blake.
Adam, fishing a Gold Number 2 Mepps landed his first-ever migratory fish ( a cracker of 17lb 4oz.
Menard later appeared in a sultry gold number for her rendition of the Gershwin hit I've Got A Crush On You, directing at the end of the song a coy comment to award winner Basil Johnston ('Hey Baz, do you like jazz?
Menard later appeared in a sultry gold number for her rendition of the Gershwin hit I've Got A Crush On You, playing at the end of the song with a coy comment to award winner Basil Johnston ('Hey Baz, do you like jazz?