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The domain is formed from the merger of the two words extra and gold. What characterizes high quality, expertise and prestige. This is a great name for a website as it is short, concise, easy to read and memorable, which is very important to grab the attention of users. This domain name is well suited for such areas as: Oil and Gas, Auto parts and service, Pension funds, Commercial real estate.

    EXTRA SHORT LENGTH - the length of the name of this domain up to .com is only 5 characters. Today it is extremely difficult for find and buy a domain name of such a length in the .com domain zone. In general, the cost of short domain names can reach 10`s thousands US dollars at auctions.
High a 500 000 USD invested on the domain name, it can be sold with a 3% commission. The transaction can close in only 60 days.<|endoftext|>The greatest wizard alive marrying The Cursed One wouldn't exactly be a blow-out fairy tale, but when it did happen, it made vampires, werewolves, and lycanthropes surprisingly loveable. indeed.<|endoftext|>Brexit was first told to officials of the optimism center for London Blood I and II in July, the BBC reports. Its co-director is Neil Mackwyn, who recently criticized the think tank for its advocacy of Brexit. Which won't do, it would seem. Writing this week of its push in London, and the U.K. political culture surrounding the Boeing deal, Charles Pickup, chair of the Institute for Government at King's College London, states: History shows that political decision-making is often obscured in the murk surrounding these issues; that is to say, it often escapes policy focus. When financial projects are embroiled in new legal matters, it usually infers that action is needed on the present deal…. Of course, it will be needed. On the DUP, that will mean ensuring a definitive resolution to the issues so central to the institution's existence., which issue exactly? Hmm. Perhaps the Crown Prosecution Service should have had a look at the talk of a DUP annexation.<|endoftext|>EAST LANSING -- The Michigan men's basketball team got its start in national championship contention with a victory over eventual champion Florida St. on Thursday. Sophomore Eric Moreland led players Jordan Morris and Reed Doughty with 25 points as the Wolverines beat No. 24 Florida 74-70 in the 84th NCAA final at the Family Arena stanchion. They did not try to make up for the loss to No. 1, including going only 10 minutes without scoring. Perhaps this was their night, these storybooks they are. Michigan will try to continue the momentum moving forward in the Big Ten tournament and next week's Northeast tourney. Just as important to the Wolverines' future is Jackson "Wayward" Miles, who scored 13 points and hit a couple of clutch shots in the backcourt. Miles was sidelined with a hip injury and did not play. He started at power forward. Miller Lotfy finished with 12 points for Michigan (26-8, 11-6). It was not quite as close to perfect as Golden Gophers senior Marco Belinelli did, managing only 9 points on 3-of-8 shooting. Mercer junior Jalen Dalembert also had a tough time, shooting 5 of 17 for nine points. But the Mocs got to the free throw line double time. Michigan coach John Beilein said he hoped the team could build from the win and that all the pieces were in place. "Winning it for sure made us a little bit rested and edgy for the next game," Beilein said. "But right now we're going to rely on the run game and prob expect a lot of scoring." Siena sophomore Reggie Bullock added 10 points for the 15th-ranked Gauchos (11-19, 2-16). The Gauchos made only 34 percent, the lowest mark in program history, and