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Waffle

A mechanized process that destroys old or defaced coins. A waffle scratches a coin so that it can no longer be recognized. The former coin is demonetized and may then be sold as scrap metal.
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The answers we have been given so far have been very thin and waffly and we need better information.
Waffly Versatile: Luvvie Wayne Sleep did the Bush Tucker Trial, tackling tame rats with one of Antony's meals strapped to his head for protection.
60ft Dolls came from Newport, Gwent, a hotbed for bands that fell under "the Curse of Waffly Walton".
When he tried to find out the reasons behind his treatment, the former comedian was given "a waffly statement".
Emily was an early adopter when it comes to eco-issues -- a more urgent Cause, some might say, than the rather waffly world of peace studies.
I hadn't really known what to expect from Belgium but any country with infra-red saunas in holiday homes, great beer, beaches and desserts must be, ahem, waffly good...
Or as the Lib Dem's own Lord Oakeshott put it, the target is a "weak, waffly aspiration with vast wiggle-room".
This is not just another waffly instruction DVD - I've made sure it contains simple and concise advice to improve all aspects of your game without confusing you.
They produced a "Convention" on human rights, a well-meaning but rather waffly document intended to stop a return to the horrors of the Nazi gas chambers.
And in typically blunt All Black fashion, he dismissed the way the post had been outlined as "waffly".
That might sound slightly waffly, but wines that have gone through a bit of barrel fermentation also have more mouth-feel, a certain grip, if you like.
It followed the GP being accused of only asking him"waffly, open-ended questions".