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Silver

A precious metal with the highest electrical conduction properties of any metal. It is used mainly in jewelry, photography, and for scientific and industrial purposes. It has been used as the basis for currencies in the past. Silver is traded as a commodity on various security exchanges. Like many precious metals, silver is volatile but generally maintains relatively high prices.
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Ron Bowen as a 14-year-old in his Elite Cinema uniform in 1929 - the |smart attire was one of the best things about the job, he said, along with sneaking a peek at silver screen siren Mae West, inset above left
Often remembered for his signature hit song, "Happy Trails," Roy Rogers (1911-1998) sang his way to silver screen stardom in the late 1930s, and by 1943 Republic Pictures was calling him "King of the Cowboys.
The kids at the Cooper Home for abused children offer a huge thank you to everyone who bought tickets for Silver Screen Legend X.
The Silver Screen Fund defers costs associated with the purchase and installation of silver screens by providing financial assistance to exhibitors who deploy the Technicolor 3D solution.
Copper electroplating is an economical and industrially proven process that addresses the deficiencies of silver screen printing while at the same time boosting conversion efficiency and substantially reducing production costs.
Lockwood worked with Dutch Dortsch to begin what would be a yearly project, a series of Silver Screen Legends.
Caption: GREETINGS, ACTION MOVIE FANS, IT IS I, REINHOLD BEEFENCAKER, WORLD CLASS BODY BUILDER, MOTION PICTURE ACTION HERO AND STAR OF ZA SILVER SCREEN.
Through clips of great Hollywood musicals as well as performances created for the occasion, the ninth CTFD annual gala, underwritten by Conde Nast, celebrates the history of dance on the silver screen.
Chelsea Piers on 23rd and 12th has achieved significant growth, and recognition, for its Silver Screen Studios.
Vezzoli stresses the everyday side of these figures, creating narratives in which they appear not as they were on the silver screen but at the age they are, or would be, now.