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  • n. Plural form of silver.


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  • The idea for the Rewind show took shape after a senior citizen requested her to do something for the 'silvers' - a departure from the Sing-Along shows Krishna does exclusively for young audiences.

    The Hindu - Front Page

  • But he then winds up having three gold medals and two silvers, which is not bad, from his point of view.

    CNN Transcript Jan 18, 2008

  • "Well, the silvers are a special case," Highjohn admitted.

    The Golden Torc

  • That glitter in the water comes in the shape of big coho salmon, better known as "silvers," and fishing has been fairly good.

    The Seattle Times

  • Man, so sorry that they had to walk with me = X (dang, so unhealthy, yet i'm eating long john silvers which is chock full of fats.)

    yanxious Diary Entry

  • As the survey results show, that has engendered some resentment among midlevels ( "silvers"). - Newswire

  • The jury comprises MP Priya Dutt, actors Om Puri and Victor Banerjee, Justice Leila Seth and The Indian Express Group Editor-in-Chief Shekhar Gupta, and awards are presented to "silvers" who've achieved something remarkable.

    Screen News

  • For Slovenian fans, Majdic and Tina Maze, who won silvers in women's super G and giant slalom, are the montage.

    Americans, Canadians carve indelible images

  • But her two silvers this year have made her even more of a public figure.

    Winter stars will get their groove on TV, tour, dance floor

  • I love catching big silvers on the fly rod, but a man needs to be able to adapt to the conditions.

    Multi-Method Anglers Have More Fun


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