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COIN

Abbreviation for:
circulars on the internet (Medspeak-UK)
clinical oncology information network (Medspeak-UK)
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Some coins were molded with beaded rims that would enhance their appearance and connect them visually to the precious-metal coinage that had virtually disappeared from circulation.
2]') could be lexicalizations from action nouns or 'non-epidigmatic' coinages that do not correlate with the same-word action noun reading.
Coinages This soldier has lived the value of discipline and honour, and yet he often lets go of these virtues.
One of the most important contributions of this book to the study of economic systems in the ancient world lies in Chapter Four, "Cash and Credit," where von Reden challenges the claim put forward in the past by many scholars that money was defined by coinage and nothing else.
Neither Landreth nor Deng does much to quantify the amount of coinage to be had in early modern England, which is too bad, since the numbers in question have a direct bearing on their central arguments.
The museum has eight galleries, displaying history of State Bank, pre-Islamic and Islamic coinage, Pakistan's currency and coinage, stamps, coin minting, currency note printing machines.
Bacharach's Islamic History through Coins: An Analysis and Catalogue of Tenth-Century Ikhshidid Coinage.
He sought to improve the poor state of Britain's coinage, and after several years of effort obtained a contract in 1797 to produce the first British copper coinage in a quarter century.
Under the little-known Coinage Act 1971 it is illegal to use 21 or more 1p pieces in a single transaction.
It covers all Canadian colonies and provinces and early to modern coinage in all die varieties including mint errors, coin sets, and test tokens.
Six portraits of the Queen, taken from stamps, coinage and banknotes, will feature on a sheet due to be released on February 6.
These coins were stamped with the image of a crocodile, an image that until this point had not featured prominently on either Roman or Egyptian coinage.