Double Die

Double Die

In numismatics, a situation in which the engraving on a coin appears to have been stamped twice. This may affect the value of the coin for collectors.
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The process of creaming honey takes place using a Pierre Guerin Homogeniser fitted with a smoother style head and a double die obturator, which smoothes and softens the honey, making a perfect honey cream.
On its end, Vogelhut's office is working on releasing software version 3.5.5 of FBCB2, "which will double die allowable message sizes, permitting more information to be transmitted" at each time, he said.
class="MsoNormalAnd as soon as Kibandi died, Porcupine retreated to the foot of a baobab tree and fearing for his life because, according to tradition, a harmful double dies on the same day as his master.
Aridjis's angels bring to light human qualities of mind and suggest mechanisms for how humans block their own self-awareness, often because an excess of knowledge is unbearable: "An angel who has seen its own double dies / because it turns into itself and its material / counterpart," thus suggesting that the spiritual is truly endangered by too much contact with the material.