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Die

A metal stamp that forms the design of a coin. It does not refer to the coin color, but instead to the imprints, such as the portrait, value, or other engraving on the coin. See also: Numismatics.
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The name "Calando" derives from a musical term that means to play slower and softer, and ultimately to die away.
Showers today will die away in the evening and warm, bright i sunshine will appear tomorrow.
Stevie Keith of city management company CV One said: "These are spring plants that die away in the summer but come back as bright as ever next spring.
Any showers tomorrow will be quite light and die away through the day.
AFTERMATH The aftermath is with me It will never die away I'll remember it forever The time, the place, the day You went to watch a football match To cheer, to sing and chant Then tragedy it struck you As you meet your sad lament The whole of Liverpool mourns you I know I won't forget Every time that Liverpool score a goal When it hits the back of the net You've gone to meet Bill Shankly He'll take care of you I know You'll be looking down and watching Every kick, every pass, every throw And when I see a red sky On an Anfield famous night I know that you'll be with me An eternal shining light.
Virtually every village and most churchyards have a memorial to their war dead, and it is inconceivable that the traditions of wreath-laying, respectful silence, prayers, the Last Post, Reveille and Flowers of the Forest will ever die away.