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“Alvaro Palacios, originally from Rioja, created highly-prized wines in the Priorato and Bierzo, before returning to his family's winery after his father's death in 2000.”
“Tavan Tolgoi holds one of the world's largest coal deposits, nearly a third of which is the highly-prized coking coal used in making steel.”
“The Bank of France governor and now the French finance minister claim that the U.K. should be the country to lose its highly-prized triple-A credit rating, not France.”
“Their versatility is highly-prized, and I think it worth cooking them from scratch (provided they are of a recent harvest) for the improved flavour and general usefulness of the liquor for whatever you plan on doing with them after.”
“Before the rally started, there were supply concerns because of a weak crop from Colombia, a source of highly-prized coffee.”
“Niger is one of Africa's poorest countries but it has one, highly-prized export commodity: uranium.”
“Furthermore, they explained that because some highly-prized clays were sometimes located in difficult-to-reach places, it had been common for people to use young girls who could fit into small spaces to procure the clay.”
“In the war it had seen fierce fighting as the Americans had wrested it—and its highly-prized airfield—from a suicidal Japanese garrison.”
“We each own a PSP, and we each have our own copy, as sharing such a highly-prized title wouldn't be feasible.”
“The particular buyers for many of the highly-prized works were not disclosed.”
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