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Nugget

A 15 year Gold FHLMC (Freddie Mac) bond; similar to a Dwarf.

Nugget

Mortgage-backed security pools, issued by Freddie Mac, with maturities of 15 years. See also: Dwarf.
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A gold nugget is a naturally produced irregular piece of gold, and is most frequently found through mining.
Further research is needed to optimize the coating formulations to make the bake-only products closer to the fried nuggets in terms of sensory attributes.
A rare and giant gold nugget that was excavated in northern California has sold for a whopping $400,000.
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A new high protein soy nugget--SUPRO[R] Nugget 570--is 90 percent protein on a dry weight basis, making it the highest currently on the market.
The message I want to get out to the fans is -- we're going to do what's best for the city of Denver and the Denver Nuggets.
The Lakers held the Nuggets to 19 points on 5-for-19 shooting (26.
Chauncey Billups had 26 points and Carmelo Anthony had 23 for the Nuggets, who improved to 4-0 against the top three teams in the Eastern Conference.
High-grade iron nuggets can be produced in an extremely short time of about 10 minutes.
From then on, she skipped breakfast each day then had nuggets for lunch and dinner, eating around 30 a day.
The glitter of a gold nugget or flake immediately catches the eye.
Jamie Oliver is only saying what many, many parents have said all along - that naughty nuggets and their friends the Turkey Twizzlers and the smiley faces aren't 'proper' food, but until now they have been voices in the wilderness.