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In numismatics, a slang term for a coin that has been cleaned in order to make it appear to be in mint condition. This may actually reduce the value of the coin. That is, a slightly used coin in good condition may be worth more than a slider.
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Added Longjohn: ``The best part is that whether you drive the car or I drive it, a man or a woman, a 16-year-old or a 65-year old, the car does not know who is driving it, so that's the great equalizer.
Technology has the potential to be the great equalizer in education as well as economics," says Ramon Harris, director of the Technology Transfer Project, a training program of the Executive Leadership Council Foundation in Washington, D.
One-on-One interview with Tom Zaucha, CEO and President of the National Grocers Association, in which he discusses RFID as the great equalizer among large and small- to mid-sized retailers.
The bad news is that while public education is supposed to be the great equalizer, it's clearly doing little to improve prospects for society's least advantaged.
We believe that technology is the great equalizer when it comes to leveling a competitive playing field, and HealthTrio xpress enables us to strategically and operationally compete with other leading managed care organizations," said Cindy Palmer, CEO of San Luis Valley HMO.
But the Trojans also have the great equalizer - speed - and nothing scares UCLA's beleaguered secondary more than the prospect of receivers R.
Yet up here in the High Sierra, the great outdoors is the great equalizer, marrying the centuries and all those who pass through it, no matter how different the visitors might appear.
The Internet is the great equalizer in terms of allowing hotels to compete by embracing eCommerce strategies," said Mike Murray, President of HubX in making the Ocean Properties announcement.
But the heat-stressed Medinah greens could be the great equalizer.