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- Medallions (the original Polish title: Medaliony) is a book consisting of eight short stories by the Polish author Zofia Nałkowska. The book was originally...
- (baritone), and Ira Foley (b****), and named them the Medallions because of his own penchant for wearing medallions around his neck. Their first release, "Buick...
- ‹ The template Infobox film is being considered for merging. › The Medallion (Chinese: 飛龍再生) is a 2003 action comedy film co-written and directed by the...
- Philadelphia, and San Francisco. Medallions may be worth hundreds of thousands of dollars. The New York medallions are the most valuable, once peaking...
- rendered their country. Friday, November 3, 1780. All three of the original Medallions were thought to be lost. Isaac Van Wart's example was thought to be lost...
- started a hedge fund and named it Medallion in honor of the math awards that they had won. Renaissance's flagship Medallion fund, which is run mostly for...
- the home of the Nevada State Museum, which still strikes commemorative medallions with the "CC" mint mark (most recently in 2014 commemorating the Nevada...
- epoxy dome. "The Meaning Behind AA Chips And Medallions". "Origin of AA coins, chips, tokens or medallions – AA FAQ". Anonpress.org. Retrieved 2014-04-12...
- lack of new medallions resulted in such a shortage that by 2014 they were selling for more than $1 million each, with about 14,000 medallions in existence...
- States Medallion Shield, a rugby union competition for schools in Ulster Medallions, a short story collection by Zofia Nałkowska The Medallions, a singing...
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