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coin

the metallic CURRENCY that forms part of a country's MONEY SUPPLY.Various metals have been used for coinage purposes. Formerly, gold and silver were commonly used but these have now been replaced in most countries by copper, brass and nickel. Coins in the main constitute the ‘low value’ part of the money supply See MINT, LEGAL TENDER.
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"They are coiners on a large scale, and have used the machine to form the amalgam which has taken the place of silver."
"Only the other day I read in the /Moscow News/ that a whole gang of false coiners had been caught in Moscow.
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Carolynn Coiner has been promoted to the position of Middleby Food Processing marketing manager for the protein division.
There, he encountered scattered pieces of trimmed stone blocks while on a routine tour of Camp Coiner in the northern corner of the garrison, and suspected their origins were significant.
to noon Sunday at the Cottage Grove Coiner Park tennis courts.
These works demonstrate that a strictly language-internal approach to word-formation cannot provide an objective account of the productivity of word-formation rules and that additional factors play their important role in the way a coiner forms a new complex word.
Earlier in the year, the coiner of the term 'BRICS,' Jim O'Neill, told Xinhua that the BRICS countries are already playing a major role in terms of governance despite the geopolitical partnership being still in its infancy, and wield the same influence as other similar global groupings.
As our instructional leader, Madison Primary Principal Mike Coiner, notes: "This PD is a user-friendly format, easily navigated, accessed by faculty and staff at times that are most convenient to them."
Two decades after the fact, the coiner himself recalled that the word seemed "suggestively antithetic to the 'gnostic' of church history" and so he chose it on that basis.
This year, Keller Williams agents from the Eugene and Springfield Market Center are serving at Bohemia Elementary School (re-painting Four Square lines, re-barking the track, cleaning gutters and more), Lincoln Middle School (painting lockers rooms and the gym), Cottage Grove High School (re-barking the track), and the tennis courts at Cottage Grove's Coiner Park will be power-washed and re-painted as well.
In 1959, with colleague John McCarthy (coiner of the term "artificial intelligence"), Minsky founded MIT's Artificial Intelligence Project, which later became the Artificial Intelligence Laboratory.