Its price had been a napoleon, and a napoleon, just then, was a mint
of money in her eyes.
It might ha' been a trifle thicker an' no harm, an' I allays putten a sprig o' mint
in mysen; but how's ye t' know that?
I saluted - but for the life av me I mint
to shake hands whin I went in.
Everything looked like money--like the last coin issued from the Mint
We had an idea at first that only a mint
could have survived the expense.
Our statute is a currency which we stamp with our own portrait: it soon becomes unrecognizable, and in process of time will return to the mint
It strikes off money faster than the dies of the Royal Mint
Sometimes, if the landing is bad at East London, where they have not yet made that wonderful harbour they talk so much of, and sink such a mint
of money in, a ship is delayed for twenty-four hours before the cargo boats can get out to take off the goods.
The University covered the left bank of the Seine, from the Tournelle to the Tour de Nesle, points which correspond in the Paris of to-day, the one to the wine market, the other to the mint
They're guarding the banks, the Mint
, the post office, and all the public buildings.
Whatever we paid for in Barkingham was paid for in the genuine Mint
Then Metaneira filled a cup with sweet wine and offered it to her; but she refused it, for she said it was not lawful for her to drink red wine, but bade them mix meal and water with soft mint
and give her to drink.