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  • proper noun A surname.


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  • LYNETTE LAFFEA, GOLDEN, COLORADO: Lynette Laffea, from Golden, Colorado, asks, "What role will women have in the formation of a new Afghanistan government?"

    CNN Transcript Dec 19, 2001 2001

  • As far as permanent influence is concerned Mr. Morris's Roman letter, the 'Golden type,' as it was dubbed, from its use in the _Golden

    A Short History of English Printing, 1476-1898 Henry R. Plomer 1901

  • Our fifty golden years have seen such empire rise and grow before our eyes, made great by thrift and business sense, swayed by the Golden

    Vanguards of the Plains Margaret Hill McCarter 1899

  • In the early days of golden promise a watchman was stationed on this hill to look out for coming ships entering the Golden

    The San Francisco calamity by earthquake and fire Charles Morris 1877

  • As far as eye could see ran the gaily-painted boards -- Blue Lion, varied by red, black, white, and golden lions; White Hart, King's Head, Golden

    The King's Daughters Emily Sarah Holt 1864

  • It is not about golden - or, as it were, Golden - days behind Floyd. - News 2010

  • It is not about golden - or, as it were, Golden - days behind Floyd. - News 2010

  • GOLDEN - A body was pulled out of Clear Creek on Monday night right behind the Golden

    Denver Post: News: Breaking: Local By Jeffrey Wolf <br><i>9News</i><br> 2010

  • District Community Foundation website at www., or the Town of Golden website at www., or the CBT website at www.

    Kootenay Rockies - News Webpapers Admin 2010

  • GOLDEN, B.C. - Two Calgary men killed in an avalanche at the Kicking Horse Mountain Resort near Golden, B.C., on Saturday had knowingly entered an area permanently closed due to its high risk of snow slides. Top Stories 2009


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