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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 FTSE 100 Index fell 69.2 points to 5341.9, or 1.3%, as fears of the crisis spreading to other countries refused to die away.
With Fleming, a legato line and an even, creamy sound often take precedence over clarity of diction and word painting, but listen here to the frisson in her voice in "Im Fruhling" in the lines about a lover's enticement and trembling limbs; or to the way in the concluding line of "Im Abendrot" ("Ist dies etwa der Tod?") she hesitates slightly before slowly sinking into the word "Tod" (death) and then allows her sound to die away and be absorbed in the orchestral texture.
THE Government may simply feel that, one day, demands for projects like a high-speed rail link from the North East to London will simply die away.
Over time, this will cause the bracken to die away, allowing other woodland species to recover."
Restrained muted strings filled the hall with lovely rounded sound, the rich dark phrases eventually daring to die away to a mere whisper.
With the fall of communism, rising pay and many doctors in lucrative private practices, many hoped that these under-the-table payments would die away. But the problem has got worse, with surgeons able to take 1,000 [pounds sterling] a week.