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black gold

Crude petroleum oil, so called for its black color and extremely high value. We were barely surviving until Jed discovered black gold beneath our field, and now we're richer than we could ever imagine!
See also: black, gold
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WeWOOD expects the new Alpha Black Gold watch to be one of its best-selling items this holiday season and hopes it will continue to allow the company to plant trees all over the world.
Black Gold, which toplines Tahar Rahim, Antonio Banderas, Mark Strong and Freida Pinto, is tied for the No.
ABU DHABI: Far away from the Caspian Sea, sturgeon are raised in ponds cooled in the heart of the Gulf desert of Abu Dhabi, carrying in their wombs a form of black gold strange to these countries -- caviar.
Since Black Gold is a blend of our Imperial Stout aged for a full year in both 18 and 20 year old bourbon barrels, we thought it would be interesting to try a bit of each before blending.
Black Gold tells the story of the rivalry between two young emirs and is set against the backdrop of the oil boom in Arab states.
Dubai Crude oil, presently ruling at around $80 (Dh294) per barrel, has long been the black gold behind the UAE's prosperity, but now a new kind of black gold - caviar - is set to join the race
The single-pin Ascent sight from Black Gold gives archers precision aiming in a durable package.
The new range offers a stunning ensemble of necklaces, earrings and rings combining white, rose, and black gold settings with a magical blend of precious stones such as white diamonds and black diamonds with rubies, orange sapphires, pink sapphires, amethysts, fire opal cabochon and citrine cabochon.
Black gold certainly is shining again in South Wales and with the right technology in place, coal looks set to have a bright future as an essential element in the UK's energy mix for years to come.
Some call nature messy, though nature cleans its mess and makes black gold.
Black Gold Of The Sun: Searching For Home In Africa And Beyond is a lyrical memoir telling of a prominent critic and Afro-American writer born to African parents in London.
One of the richest of the Gulf States and a sporting nirvana, the formerly oil-rich Emirate of Dubai, is enjoying unprecedented good times as it diversifies away from black gold to cater for tourists looking for almost endless sunshine and five-star service.
Many ideas abound about oil, its scarcity or shortage, its wellspring and its history: here to puncture many myths surrounding oil is BLACK GOLD STRANGLEHOLD: THE MYTH OF SCARCITY AND THE POLITICS OF OIL, a rebuttal to the notion of oil depletion.
On the opposite wall is The Land of Black Gold, 2004, another giant at seven by sixteen and a half feet, which takes apart a still painfully current 1950 Tintin comic about colonialism and Middle East oil.
We are a black gold mine, and the key that unlocks the door to these vast riches is the knowledge of who we are--I mean, Who we really are.