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Well the first one's called Gold and you can use all the facilities at any time of the day or week

Well that's Silver it's the same as Gold except you have to pay a small fee of £100 per lesson for any you do

OK And the price for that Is the joining fee the same as for Gold

The first thing people will see when they go in is that the foyer has been repainted in the original green and gold

On the table lay two banknotes for ten pounds each and seventeen pounds ten in silver and gold the money arranged in little piles of varying amount

The face of Emmanuel Goldstein Enemy of the People filled the telescreen

Goldstein began to speak in his sheep like voice criticising the Party making nasty attacks on Big Brother demanding peace with Eurasia

In the past nobody knew exactly when Goldstein had been almost as important in the Party as Big Brother himself but then he had worked against the Party

Behind Goldstein's face on the telescreen were thousands of Eurasian soldiers

That changed but the hate for Goldstein never did

Goldstein had also written a book a terrible book a book against the Party

As Goldstein's face filled the telescreen and Eurasian soldiers marched behind him the Hate grew

People jumped up and down shouting and screaming so they could not hear Goldstein's voice

A girl behind him with thick dark hair was screaming Pig Pig at Goldstein and suddenly she picked up a heavy Newspeak dictionary and threw it at the telescreen

It hit Goldstein on the nose and fell to the floor

As the screaming at Goldstein increased Winston's dislike of the girl turned to hate

The voice and face of Goldstein became the voice and face of a real sheep

Goldstein screamed the boy

He goes to the Chestnut Tree Cafe where the painters and musicians go and where Goldstein himself used to go

Also she thought that everybody secretly hated the Party although she did not believe in Goldstein and the Brotherhood she thought the Party had invented them

His face became serious again and he lifted his glass To our Leader he said To Emmanuel Goldstein

So Goldstein is a real person he said

Later I shall send you a book by Emmanuel Goldstein

In his case heavy against his legs he carried the book Goldstein's book

He took Goldstein's book out of his case and opened it

By 1970 Big Brother was the only leader and Emmanuel Goldstein was in hiding somewhere

Even without reading the end of Goldstein's book he knew that was his message

He said he knew Goldstein

You have read the book Goldstein's book or parts of it said O'Brien

Her golden wavy hair fell around her shoulders

This is the last thing of his I've got, and she took off her gold wedding? ring and threw it in the fire

And then she cried, and took a little gold case from around her neck

When she refused, he ? he hit her on the face and knocked her down, and broke the gold case under his foot

This was wealth indeed to a lonely heart, brighter and more life giving than the heavy responsibility of coins and gold.

Then she saw a little glass table with three legs, and on the top of it was a very small gold key.

The little gold key unlocked this door easily, but of course Alice could not get through it she was much too big.

When she got there, she remembered that the little gold key was back on the glass table.

Quickly, she took the little gold key from the table and hurried to the garden door.

She was now very, very small and the little garden door was locked again, and the little gold key was lying on the glass table.

At once, she picked up the gold key from the table, unlocked the little door into the garden, and then began to eat a piece of mushroom.

You care about gold more than you care about me.

No fog at all, a clear, bright, cold day, golden sunlight, blue sky, sweet clean air, merry bells.

She was pretty, with golden hair and blue eyes, and Mr Lorry remembered a small child, almost a baby.

From a little bag the old man took some golden hair.

I hope my horses are not hurt. And he threw a gold coin to his driver. Give this to that man!

This is for you, said the Marquis, and he threw Defarge another gold coin. Drive on, he called to his driver.

The flowers were pink, white and gold. They were things of beauty and grace.

The fireworks rose into the sky and turned into stars and flowers. The sky was red and gold.

Very good, said Mowgli. Tell me when he comes. Meet me at the river, by the big dhak tree with golden flowers.

Electronics are often made with small amounts of gold, copper, and other expensive materials.

These men are miners. They find gold and other valuable materials under the ground.

To get to the gold, miners have to dig long, deep tunnels into the earth.

The next day, he gave his son a pouch that held three ancient Spanish gold coins.

It had brought with it the sweat and the dreams of men who had once left to search for the unknown, and for gold and adventure and for the Pyramids.

The old man wore a breastplate of heavy gold, covered with precious stones.

An old man, with a breastplate of gold, wouldn't have lied just to acquire six sheep.

He had exchanged six sheep for two precious stones that had been taken from a gold breastplate.

The old man wore a breastplate of gold, and he knew about my past. He really was a king, a wise king.

And people say that he is two hundred years old, and is able to transform any metal into gold.

The priests carried them in a golden breastplate.

A small sliver of the stone can transform large quantities of metal into gold.

He thought that, with some patience, he'd be able to transform everything into gold.

Imagine if everybody went around transforming lead into gold. Gold would lose its value.

He appeared with the first stars of evening. I told him what I was seeking, and he asked me if I had ever transformed lead into gold.

When he emerged, it was with a young Arab, dressed in white and gold.

The ground was covered with the most beautiful carpets he had ever walked upon, and from the top of the structure hung lamps of hand wrought gold, each with a lighted candle.

an Arab dressed in white and gold, seated at the center of the semicircle.

For every ten dead men among our enemies, you will receive a piece of gold.

The tribal chieftain called for the boy, and presented him with fifty pieces of gold.

I have already found my treasure. I have a camel, I have my money from the crystal shop, and I have fifty gold pieces. In my own country, I would be a rich man.

You have enough gold to buy many sheep and many camels.

They went to her tent, and the boy gave his friend enough gold to buy a sheep.

The young Arab did as he was asked, and was given enough gold to buy yet another sheep.

And what went wrong when other alchemists tried to make gold and were unable to do so?

They were looking only for gold, his companion answered.

Whoever swallows that elixir will never be sick again, and a fragment from that stone turns any metal into gold.

No, that's not what I mean. I'm talking about transforming lead into gold.

And, for wise men, gold is the metal that evolved the furthest. Don't ask me why; I don't know why.

So gold, instead of being seen as a symbol of evolution, became the basis for conflict.

They locked themselves in their laboratories, and tried to evolve, as gold had.

And then there were the others, who were interested only in gold.

And seizing the boy's bag, the alchemist gave the gold coins to the chief.

It's what turns lead into gold, and makes the gold return to the earth.

So the wind blew with all its strength, and the sky was filled with sand. The sun was turned into a golden disk.

That there's no need for iron to be the same as copper, or copper the same as gold.

Lead will play its role until the world has no further need for lead; and then lead will have to turn itself into gold.

The lead had dried into the shape of the pan, but it was no longer lead. It was gold.

After all, the alchemist continued to live in the desert, even though he understood the Language of the World, and knew how to transform lead into gold.

Another, who was searching the boy's bags, found the piece of gold.

There's gold here, he said.

He's probably got more gold hidden in the ground.

He doesn't have anything else. He must have stolen this gold.

You even left a bit of gold at the monastery so I could get back to this church.

An hour later, he had before him a chest of Spanish gold coins.

There were also precious stones, gold masks adorned with red and white feathers, and stone statues embedded with jewels.

Many years have fallen on that golden country morning,

They come in bearing gifts, they're in bringing gold, frankincense and myrrh. This really happened. We were sitting there and I think they just went out of sequence,

They just switched. The three boys came in, little four year olds with tea towels on their heads, and they put these boxes down, and the first boy said, I bring you gold.

Turn my sorrow into treasured gold You'll pay me back in kind and reap just what you sow

Upon the floor were found four Napoleons, an ear ring of topaz, three large silver spoons, three smaller of métal d'Alger, and two bags, containing nearly four thousand francs in gold.

This sum was paid in gold, and a clerk went home with the money.

In a word, why did he abandon four thousand francs in gold to encumber himself with a bundle of linen?

The gold was abandoned.

In the present instance, had the gold been gone, the fact of its delivery three days before would have formed something more than a coincidence.

But, under the real circumstances of the case, if we are to suppose gold the motive of this outrage, we must also imagine the perpetrator so vacillating an idiot as to have abandoned his gold and his motive together.

And if you want gold, you can have that too in fact, as much as you can carry if you go into the third chamber.

Only set him on my apron, and he won't hurt you; and take out of the chest as much gold as you like.

Mercy! what a quantity of gold was there!

Now the Soldier threw away all the silver coin with which he had filled his pockets and his knapsack, and took gold instead

The Witch drew him up, and he stood on the high road again, with pockets, boots, knapsack, and cap full of gold.

and if he struck it three times, then appeared the dog who had the gold.

She took her great gold scissors, cut a piece of silk into pieces, and made a neat little bag;

They asked for the finest silk and the most precious gold cloth;

Now the swindlers asked for more money, silk and gold cloth, which they required for weaving.

she had neither a train nor a golden crown, but splendid red morocco shoes.

and where he had touched it there gleamed a golden star.

Then he ordered that the place should be surrounded with a golden railing, and a sentry stationed near it.

The botanical professor wrote a long treatise about the heavenly plant, and for this he was loaded with gold, which improved the position of himself and his family.

How beautifully soft the grass is, and what a lovely little flower with its golden heart and silver dress is growing here.

The yellow centre in the daisy did indeed look like gold, while the little petals shone as brightly as silver.

Her foot was still fastened to the loaf, which bowed her down as a golden ear of corn bends the stem.

Corn grows in the surrounding fields, not only rye and barley, but oats, pretty oats that, when ripe, look like a number of little golden canary birds sitting on a bough.

May I be permitted to ask if you are of gold? she inquired of the pin, her neighbor.

Goldborder, the fourth, went about with a golden belt round his waist;

There was once an Emperor who had a horse shod with gold.

He had a golden shoe on each foot, and why was this?

and, with his master on his back, he had dashed over the fallen foe, and saved the golden crown and the Emperor's life,

which was of more value than the brightest gold.

This is the reason of the Emperor's horse wearing golden shoes.

Golden shoes, replied the beetle. Why, you must be out of your senses, cried the farrier. Golden shoes for you, indeed!

Yes, certainly; golden shoes, replied the beetle.

But why does the horse have golden shoes? asked the farrier;

I have come out of the Emperor's stable, and no one there, not even the Emperor's horse, who, in fact, wears my cast off golden shoes, has any idea of flying, excepting myself.

I came from the emperor's stable, where I was born, with golden shoes on my feet.

Then he dreamed that the emperor's horse was dying, and had left him his golden shoes, and also promised that he should have two more.

Then he prowled about in the earth, and thought what a pleasant dream that was about the dying horse, and the golden shoes he had inherited.

First, they refuse me my golden shoes; then I have to lie on damp linen, and to stand in a draught; and to crown all, they fasten a wife upon me.

while the emperor's favorite horse goes prancing about proudly on his golden shoes.

for it ought to have given me golden shoes when the emperor's horse was shod, and I stretched out my feet to be shod, too.

If I had received golden shoes I should have been an ornament to the stable;

Ah, I remember now, that's a good thought, he asked me why the golden shoes were given to the horse.

and he looked forward joyfully to the next evening, expecting to be again decked out with lights and playthings, gold and fruit.

The star of gold paper still stuck in the top of the tree and glittered in the sunshine.

The boys still played in the garden, and the youngest wore the golden star on his breast,

We'll wager you a ton of coined gold, a hundred pounds to the hundred weight.

So they paid a hundred weight of gold to the peasant, who, whatever he did, was not scolded but kissed.

Let's listen to Tim Valentine, retired professor of psychology at Goldsmith's College at the University of London, talking about this.