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gold foil

(gōld foyl),
Pure gold rolled into extremely thin sheets; used in the restoration of carious or fractured teeth.
See also: cohesive gold, noncohesive gold.

gold foil

(gōld foyl)
Pure gold rolled into extremely thin sheets; used in the restoration of carious or fractured teeth.

gold foil

(gōld foyl)
Pure gold produced in extremely thin sheets that is then rolled for use in dentistry to restore carious or fractured teeth.
See also: cohesive gold, noncohesive gold
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This 10" x 14" walnut plaque proudly displays a laser-engraved PCCN logo topped with gold foil, recognition message, and 18 brass plates ** for PCCN names.
In her own home, Norton has effected numerous makeovers: a plain glass plate glowing in a coat of gold foil and brown glaze; an ordinary black chandelier redone in faux Venetian bronze; a white carved Chinese cabinet dramatically painted red, gold and black; mass-produced blond wood stools given shabby-chic pink and white floral coats.
People believe that sweets wrapped in gold foil bring good fortune and wealth, and Montresor produced a sweet identical in every important particular to cash in on this seasonal trade.
The Special Reserve Cheddar packed in black wrap with a gold foil label has a sharper flavor that results from its minimum one-year aging.
Deluxe luggage tags in baby blue or tan, handmade from classic English bridle or jewel calf leather, with gold foil address card, $30 for a pair, and deluxe passport cover in baby blue, with ribbon marker, moire silk lining, and a small pocket on the inside cover, $40, by Aspinal of London.
It is clearly aimed at young teens, with the emphasis on ease of use; packaging employs shiny gold foil as an over-wrap and, interestingly for a hair colorant, pack copy talks about the product having "ah ultra-fresh, fruity fragrance." Altogether, some interesting innovation--worth watching, especially if you're P&G.
Madelaine's Hazelnut Truffles are available uncovered or "gift wrapped" in two-tone gold foil. By blending Peter's layered dark chocolate, and milk chocolate with pure hazelnut paste from Italy, we have created a chocolate confection that is pure utterly delectable.
During the two-and-a-half-hour meal, I eat my way through a glittering array of sinful yet heavenly preparations cured foie gras au torchon with caramelized pears and a truffle vinaigrette, lingonberry foie gras draped in 24-karat gold foil, chocolate foie gras on Gran Marnier French toast--washed down with Sauternes.
It is a 75-piece deluxe edition serigraph on deckled paper featuring diamond dust and hand-applied gold foil.
The first transistor, invented in 1947, was a centimeter-long slab of germanium pressed against the point of a triangle of plastic partly wrapped in gold foil. This device amplified an electronic signal up to 1s-fold.
There are hundreds of plastic, metal, or glass containers available in all shapes and sizes, from simple mason jars to the fancy glass battles with gold foil labels and caps.
Tropez: Exhibition with Artists Showing in the Harbour, 1992, the artist organized his displays in the stalls of markets and offered art reproductions wrapped in frames of silver and gold foil as well as other trivial items to mostly unsuspecting and disinterested audiences (and a few observant art-world members).