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A condition in which a benign skin disorder—e.g., an occupational dermatosis—is exacerbated by self-induced excoriation prior to a workman’s compensation review, to ensure that pension benefits will continue, rather returning to work

goldbricking

Benign self-mutilation Occupational medicine A condition in which a benign skin disorder–eg, an occupational dermatosis, is exacerbated by self-induced excoriation prior to a workman's compensation review, to ensure that pension benefits will continue, rather than be told to return to work
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Current flavors produced by Kleinpeter Dairys Farm include vanilla, chocolate, strawberry, buttered pecan, pralines and cream, gold brick, sweet potato, cafe au lait, banana pudding, rocky road, banana foster, no sugar added vanilla, and no sugar added chocolate.
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Do well in the main stages and these bonus levels, and you earn Gold Bricks which unlock even more stages.
Two coins were preserved for the Smithsonian Institute, and all the rest were melted down into gold bricks.
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Henry's volume of stories about The Gentle Grafter, city slickers who despoiled trusting farmers by selling them gold bricks and shares in the Brooklyn Bridge.