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bullion
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Hard Times
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  • Lastly, she was guardian over a little armoury of cutlasses and carbines, arrayed in vengeful order above one of the official chimney-pieces; and over that respectable tradition never to be separated from a place of business claiming to be wealthy — a row of fire-buckets — vessels calculated to be of no physical utility on any occasion, but observed to exercise a fine moral influence, almost equal to bullion, on most beholders.

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  • They are looking for a sunken ship they think was laden with gold bullion.
  • The projector was gold bullion.
    Pat Conroy  --  The Water is Wide

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