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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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"Now we are strategically expanding the distribution of the DieHard brand to provide access to America's most preferred auto battery brand to more consumers when they need it," Chris Caruso, general manager of the line, was quoted as saying in the Chicago Tribune.
This licensing deal will allow batteries to be sold throughout the U.S., Mexico and Caribbean and also includes DieHard flashlights, chargeable batteries and specialty batteries.
It is the floating voters who change governments, the votes cast by diehard Labour or diehard Tory voters don't count.
Trojan-Downloader family Diehard have been creating a considerable stir
I AM from Zimbabwe and a diehard fan of Newcastle United.
In the build-up to the match against Celtic, which the Saints lost 2-1, one diehard fan, chippy Gordon Mann, produced fish in a blue batter to fuel the travelling support.
Long after the Soviet Union collapsed, China embraced a misshapen form of capitalism, and even diehard lefties gave up on the grimly comic North Korea, Castro's Cuba represented the last shimmering mirage of communism.
Jim Halpin, Platinium Maintenance; Robyn and Dean Billings, Diehard Exterminating.
Written by diehard anti-capitalist Ramor Ryan, Clandestines: The Pirate Journals Of An Irish Exile gathers memories of an anarchist's travels and exploits across the world during the 1980's and 1990's.
Compiling interviews with people drawn from all walks of Texas life, Texas In Her Own Words includes commentary and observations from stars such as Willie Nelson, Darrell Royal, and Liz Carpenter; a wealth of fun and interesting facts of the great state; illustrative pictures vividly capturing the pride of many Texans; the origin of the Texas image and attitude; and discussion points for diehard Texans or book groups study the history and culture of the Lone Star State.
Further, the effect on people's lives has been so devastating that even diehard defenders of contracts, free markets and individual responsibility have called for the basic rules and historic practices to be abandoned in favor of retroactive payments by governments and insurers regardless of what coverage was purchased.
Sunshine is dark enough for diehard vampire fans but with enough of a fairy tale flair to satisfy fantasy fans.