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bullion
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The Count of Monte Cristo
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  • It was that of a man, from five to eight and thirty, in the uniform of a general officer, wearing the double epaulet of heavy bullion, that indicates superior rank, the ribbon of the Legion of Honor around his neck, which showed he was a commander, and on the right breast, the star of a grand officer of the order of the Saviour, and on the left that of the grand cross of Charles III.

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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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