Selling Of Gold

selling of gold
  • the exchange of goods for an agreed sum of money
  • Give or hand over (something) in exchange for money
  • (of a thing) Be purchased
  • (sell) exchange or deliver for money or its equivalent; "He sold his house in January"; "She sells her body to survive and support her drug habit"
  • Have a stock of (something) available for sale
  • (sell) the activity of persuading someone to buy; "it was a hard sell"
  • made from or covered with gold; "gold coins"; "the gold dome of the Capitol"; "the golden calf"; "gilded icons"
  • A yellow precious metal, the chemical element of atomic number 79, valued esp. for use in jewelry and decoration, and to guarantee the value of currencies
  • An alloy of this
  • coins made of gold
  • A deep lustrous yellow or yellow-brown color
  • amber: a deep yellow color; "an amber light illuminated the room"; "he admired the gold of her hair"
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Electronic Selling: Twenty-Three Steps to E-Selling Profits
Electronic Selling: Twenty-Three Steps to E-Selling Profits
Written for business people, this text provides answers to the most common questions raised by marketers, Webmasters and anyone involved in handling transactions via the Web. It shows how to process orders, accept payment, avoid security pitfalls and more, by following a 22 step plan.

Written by the co-founders of an agency that designs Web sites for major corporations, Electronic Selling: 23 Steps to E-Selling Profits provides an overview of the entire process for executives who don't have backgrounds in technology. Following a step-by-step action plan that moves from project conception through marketing assignments, it offers detailed information on critical topics like the actual mechanics of cyber sales and the issues surrounding online security. Numerous successful Web sales efforts also are profiled.

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Jerusalem of Gold
Jerusalem of Gold
Jerusalem of Gold – most people instantly think of the gold plating on the Dome of the Rock atop the Temple Mount, or even the golden hue of Jerusalem stone houses in the light of sunrise, while for the Israeli public it’s a song, full of yearning for the Old City conquered by the Jordanians only 19 years before the song was written. However, the actual source of the phrase “Jerusalem of Gold” is much more ancient and it first appears in the Jerusalem Talmud (collection of Rabbinic notes from the 2nd-century and compiled in the Land of Israel during the 4th-5th century). It’s the story of one the sagest Jewish figures ever, Rabbi Akiva, who at the beginning of the narration was uneducated shepherd working for Kalba Savua, one of the wealthiest men in Jerusalem. Rachel, Kalba Savua’s daughter, fell in love with Rabbi Akiva and married him despite opposition from her father, and as a result, Rachel’s father eventually dispossessed her from the share in his wealth. The impoverished young couple was forced to live in a hayloft. In the mornings, when Rabbi Akiva helped his wife collect the hay that clung to her hair, he promised her that one day he would buy her a most precious piece of jewellery, the crown called “Jerusalem of Gold”. The story of course continues and tells how Rachel encouraged her husband to study the Torah and even sold her hair in order to pay for his studies. Rachel continued to do so faithfully for 24 years, while her husband was not ashamed to sit in class with small children and continued to study diligently and persistently until he became the greatest scholar of his time. And when he returned home as great teacher of Jewish Law (Halacha) accompanied by 12,000 pupils then Kalva Suva reconsidered banishing his daughter and bestowed half of his immense fortune upon the couple. Rabbi Akiva well-remembered the promise he made to his beloved wife and bought her the crown of “Jerusalem of Gold”. The golden crown was so precious since it resembled golden walls of the fortified city that even the wives of the wealthiest and the highest were so jealous and complained to their husbands. In ancient times in the period of the Second Temple brides wore a “Jerusalem of Gold” crown as part of their festive wedding day attire. And once the temple was destroyed, the Roman Emperor Titus Flavius Vespasianus imposed a series of edicts against the laws of Judaism, one of which banned brides from wearing the crown during their wedding ceremonies. Over the time the story of the golden crown sank into oblivion, until more then a dozen centuries later the songwriter, Naomi Shemer in her “song Jerusalem of Gold” brought it back to the forefront.
Vintage Gold Bow Bracelet with Rhinestones
Vintage Gold Bow Bracelet with Rhinestones
SOLD This vintage gold tone bow bracelet with rhinestones is retro trendy! Dainty bow with rhinestone center would look cute on any wrist. Great vintage condition with slight warping of bands that can be seen in photo. Metal bands are adjustable. Bracelet: 7" circumference *adjustable

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