Gold Ball

Gold Ball

Slang; in auto sales, a term for a highly creditworthy customer with a large down payment. Gold ball customers are very low risk for the seller.
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Black and gold clutch bags, both PS55, Dune; shoes, PS45, Oasis; (baubles from Rockett St George) Necklace, PS25, Limited Edition at Marks & Spencer; dress, PS149, Pretty Dress Company Sequined dress, PS59, Per Una at Marks & Spencer Gold ball, black ball, and star clutch bags, all PS19.
When I got on the stage to pull a big gold ball on the end of a lever, I felt like a pop star.
July 13, 2015 /PRNewswire/ --128 of the nation's top players in the Girls 12 and under division have begun their quest this week for a national title and the coveted Gold Ball.
The CMRF Crumlin Gold Ball will take place on March 14 at the Doubletree by Hilton Hotel on Upper Leeson Street, Dublin.
Abstract: Copper ball bonding faces more challenges than gold ball bonding, for example, excessive deformation of the bond pad and damage of Cu/ low-k structures, because of the much greater hardness of copper free air balls.
The midfielder picked up the Gold Ball for his performances in the national team and in Glasgow, having switched from Stromsgodset 10 months ago.
The outfits, which include a lilac and gold ball gown fit for Pride and Prejudice heroine Elizabeth Bennet, are real works of art and can take up to a month to put together.
The same could be said of Hamren's captain Ibrahimovic, who picked up a seventh straight gold ball, the prize awarded to Sweden's best player, in the Swedish capital on Monday.
Mr Griffiths also received two tickets to the Olympic Gold Ball courtesy of the Games' organising committee, worth pounds 1,000.
2002 South Korea and Japan hosted the finals using the Adidas Fevernova silvery gold ball.