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  • Torsten Blackwood/AFP/Getty Images The Perth Mint plans to issue 7,500 of the one-ounce silver coins and (in recognition of the year of the canonization) 2,010 of the 1/10-ounce gold coins.

    Australia to Get Its First Saint

  • Hajjar says the delayed roller action is similar to that of an MP-5 and promises it will be reliable with anything from one-ounce target loads to 3. 5-inch magnums.

    You Saw It Here First

  • Associated Press A potential buyer inspects a one-ounce gold coin in August.

    Gold's Fall Draws Coin Fans

  • Similarly, it would take about £3,400 $5,250 of stock in Fresnillo PLC, a large silver miner, to earn dividends sufficient to buy a one-ounce silver Britannia coin.

    Miner Gets Physical With Payout

  • Meanwhile, demand for one-ounce silver coins is reaching record levels in the U.S. and Canada, Mr. DiRienzo said.

    Peru, Mexico Vie For Top Silver Spot

  • Each box contains eight one-ounce truffles, made with exceptional dedication to quality from the finest ingredients available.

    Places You Haunt

  • Meat and/or meat alternatives must be offered daily at both lunch and breakfast two-ounce portion for students grade 9-12 and one-ounce for younger students.

    Phil Lempert: First Lady and Agriculture Secretary Vilsack "Do Lunch" Right!

  • A 27-millimeter diameter gold blank, more than 50% thicker than other United States Mint one-ounce 24-karat gold coins, will be used, because of its historical significance and the opportunity it provides to achieve the greater depth and relief to which Saint-Gaudens had aspired.

    The Best and the Worst of 2008 : Coin Collecting News

  • The $10 admission will include light appetizers, 4 to 5 one-ounce samples and a raffle for glassware; additional tastes are pay-as-you-go.

    Beer: The Brickskeller lives at R.F.D.!

  • You can get about 16 grams of whole grains from any one of the following: a one-ounce slice of bread, one ounce of pasta or rice uncooked, a six-inch tortilla, or about one cup of cereal.

    Whole grain and the 2010 Dietary Guidelines

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