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She was a teenager with one full-length release to her credit — 2006’s platinum-selling “Taylor Swift,” a winsome country album with crossover aspirations.
Until now, that is… The songwriter who has had platinum success with AlunaGeorge and Dua Lipa, takes his place within the current R&B renaissance with “When You Pull Up,” a Drill&B production of his own making.
OTR is now 14x platinum and the most certified song in music history.
The product in question was a $250 platinum money counter from celebrity jeweler Ben Baller.
Today's fuel cells typically rely on platinum-based catalysts.
We've got to get that platinum shipment off the C-49 and get into communication with headquarters at Deliphon somehow.
Though small, each box was extremely heavy, being loaded with a fortune in platinum bars.
Colloidal platinum in water is negative, in a mixture of water and alcohol, positive.
Colloidal preparations of platinum, silver and many other metals may be prepared in the same way.
Brass—or-molu—gilt platinum to give it weight; this is from Birmingham, not from Australia, nor nature.

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