platinum[ plat-n-uh m, plat-nuh m ]SEE DEFINITION OF platinum
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About her neck was a chain of blue stones linked with platinum.
Anybody can be liberal if someone else furnishes the platinum.
“Good thing she has platinum crosshairs,” he said to Ashton.
The metal which possesses this property to the highest degree, is platinum.
Only platinum could exist there, and the matter had to rearrange itself as platinum.
Transpose it into platinum or uranium—anything good and heavy.
There's platinum and everything else that's heavy there, girl!
What precautions would this suggest in the use of platinum vessels?
From the method of preparation of platinum, what metal is likely to be alloyed with it?
At the Vesper Club, always up-to-date, the ball was of platinum, not of ivory.