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  • Following a free and frank discussion of local entertainment venues with the cabdriver, Pender wound up in a roadhouse called the Nugget, where a live band was playing Amazing Rhythm Aces covers to a surprisingly large and lively crowd, for a Wednesday night in the boondocks.


  • And the Golden Nugget, which is still always packed, has a $30 million swimming pool, complete with a waterslide tube that goes through a shark tank.

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  • DYSART: With one particular horse, called Nugget, he embraces.


  • I got a boy called Nugget on the station now, and he's a bonza tracker, oh my word.

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  • "Did you find a boy called Nugget?" interrupted Ned in great excitement.

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  • This segment principally includes the company's metals recycling operations (OmniSource Corporation), liquid pig iron manufacturing facility (Iron Dynamics), and iron nugget manufacturing start-up facility (Mesabi Nugget, which is 81 percent company owned).

  • I flew out to Vegas and put my clubs in storage for a few days at the Golden Nugget, which is still my favorite hotel in Vegas after three trips there.

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  • The Nugget is a 100mm travel bike that replaces the ECX and is targeted for the slopestyle crowd.

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  • All the paper is made from the dung of a single animal called Nugget that lives in a wildlife park near Cradle Mountain, one of Tasmania's most popular tourist destinations.

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  • On the way we stopped at this place called Nugget Point. TravelStream™ — Recent Entries at


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