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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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Argentum Silver has satisfied all of the requirements to earn a 100% interest in the Coyote and Victoria properties as per an option agreement signed in 2011 with Soltoro.
The Lady Herries-trained Argentum tracked the leader, Hope Sound, until Winston kicked on three furlongs from home.
In addition to supporting the original Zip file format, Argentum Backup 2.
The plaintiff's firm, Argentum Antiques, was awarded $300,000 for loss of reputation.
The Latin for silver, argentum, is derived from the Aryan root radj, or arg, meaning "brightness," whereas the Greek argyros and the Sanskrit kil were considerd to have come from another, separate root.
CHICAGO -- Argentum Medical, LLC is very pleased to announce the issuance of US 7,989,674, US 8,093,444, and Allowed Claims for US Application 11/930,541.
Also, several classical constitutional homeopathic remedies for deep-seated genetic predisposition, Lachesis, Sulphur, and Argentum nitricum.
His first business venture Argentum Motors, which looked to revive the erstwhile Daewoo Motors' operations in India in conjunction with automobile veteran B.
8 January 2014 -- New York-based private growth equity fund Argentum Capital Partners III a recently formed said it has led a USD 7m growth equity investment in Mediant Communications LLC.
Warren McIntyre, President of Argentum Silver stated, 'We are encouraged by the results of the first three step-out holes in the historic El Tajo mine area.
Hicks, who died this month after a short illness, was well-known as the breeder of the high-class sprinters Superpower, Argentum and Premier Cuvee.
The 12-story, 169,360 square-foot pre-war building boasts 24-hour security and a tenant roster that includes Venture Direct Worldwide, The Argentum Group, Appellate Court Division and Duane Reade.