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  • proper noun A female given name for a girl with golden hair, mostly American usage around 1900.

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Examples

  • While I enjoyed the over-the-top action sequences in Goldie Gold, here, similar sequences were boring.

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  • Finally, Goldie is perfectly cast as a plastic-surgery obsessed movie star married to a film producer who'd rather cast his young girlfriend (Elizabeth Berkley) in a flick and not her.

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  • Note that Dennis Goldie is a bit hot-headed, has labelled fellow councillors as Nazis and being like Harold Shipman and can also come across as homophobic, hence my labelling his nomination as controversial.

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  • A tactical vote for Annabelle Goldie is a complete waste of time.

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  • Of course, Goldie is right to raise this issue as wealthy individuals will be effectively tax exempt under SNP plans as they stand.

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  • That very question kept running through Goldie's head, reverberating like a kettle drum [or, in Goldie's case, cymbals], as, frightened out of her [expletive deleted] wits, she began shedding stuff in order to make herself lighter.

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  • Goldie is so dysfunctional and fragile, he needs an entourage of "BOTTOM-FEEDERS" over at HA to prop himself up.

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  • That very question kept running through Goldie's head, reverberating like a kettle drum [or, in Goldie's case, cymbals], as, frightened out of her [expletive deleted] wits, she began shedding stuff in order to make herself lighter.

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  • Marv's Goldie is an icon of unattainable sexuality (he repeatedly calls her a "goddess" and an "angel"), and she dies almost as soon as she is introduced -- driving every action he takes for the rest of his life.

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  • I love pulling out that thick ragged folder - "Goldie" - and embracing the challenge of riffling through it for the perfect poem at the perfect moment.

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