Gold Dust

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Gold dust refers to fine particles of gold produced by machining or occurring naturally.

Gold dust may also refer to:


  • Gold Dust (elephant) (1873–1898), male Asian elephant that was kept in the National Zoo in the late 19th century
  • Gold dust day gecko, a subspecies of geckos which lives in northern Madagascar and on the Comoros
  • Gold dust disease, also known as velvet disease, a fish disease caused by the dinoflagellate parasites



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  • The Gold Dust Orphans, a fringe theater company based in Boston and Provincetown, Massachusetts; founded in 1995
  • Gold Dust Trio, a group of promoters who controlled the world of professional wrestling during the 1920s
  • Gold Dust Twins, Goldie and Dustie, the mascots of Fairbank's Gold Dust washing powder
  • Goldust (born 1969), ring name of Dustin Runnels, an American wrestler


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