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  • In one scene in the James Bond film Goldfinger, the gold-intoxicated villain -- the film's namesake -- watches delightedly as a laser inches closer to a gold-topped table to which Bond is tied at the ankles and wrists.

    What Is Wrong With Gold?

  • CINCINNATI (AP) - Defensive end Connor Barwin raised the gold-topped trophy above his head, then walked through hundreds of Cincinnati fans who got on their tiptoes and reached as high as they could, hoping to touch the keepsake with their fingertips.

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  • In one scene in the James Bond film Goldfinger, the gold-intoxicated villain -- the film's namesake -- watches delightedly as a laser inches closer to a gold-topped table to which Bond is tied at the ankles and wrists.

    What Is Wrong With Gold?

  • The fine-bristled hairbrushes and gold-topped cosmetic bottles that rest upon its half-moon surface came from Asprey; hanging in the shadows of a half-open cupboard are two cocktail frocks from the Thirties, their flared chiffon hems brushing a pair of green-and-ivory embossed satin sandals.

    Chaplin’s Girl

  • Never give your heart to a gold-topped cane, nothing but brass gilt over.

    Cecilia

  • One hand rested on an elaborate gold-topped walking stick.

    City of Glory

  • One hand rested on an elaborate gold-topped walking stick.

    City of Glory

  • Winifred had turned away, and was taking a long sniff from a little gold-topped bottle.

    In Chancery

  • Mar. 26th, 2003 at 12:00 PM ...gold-topped pizza, that is...

    The return of gold top...

  • “It was a gold-topped malacca cane,” he repeated, tapping the hand with each stress, “and a fine grand smart handsome fellow you was with it.”

    At Swim, Two Boys

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