Gordon and Trainor do pay their way with nuggets of discovery; but their most valuable contribution is perspective.
The international discovery hunt has turned up other nuggets.
Jason Collins and the Brooklyn Nets play in Portland on Wednesday and then fly to Denver to face the nuggets on Thursday night.
We did run out of some things, like nuggets, strips, lemonade, and waffle fries.
Poker was played for fantastic pots; piles of nuggets and dust that could easily ransom a king.
We refreshed ourselves with famous Burdwan sweetmeats, sitabhog (food for the goddess) and motichur (nuggets of sweet pearl).
I could have won every peso if I had put up only a little handful of the nuggets.
At times she dreamed of gold, placer gold, great moose-hide sacks bulging with nuggets.
Blake put the nuggets into his pocket and threw the rest out into the pool.
Every little while the pebbles are turned out and looked over for nuggets.
1852, "lump of gold," probably from southwestern England dialectal nug "lump," of unknown origin [OED]. Another theory is that it is from a misdivision of an ingot. Transferred sense is from 1859.