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COIN

Abbreviation for:
circulars on the internet (Medspeak-UK)
clinical oncology information network (Medspeak-UK)
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It often happened that the population, accustomed to full-bodied coinage, distrusted the validity of token copper coins as an acceptable means of payment.
Usually, rich women in Shanghai only carried silver coins in their purses since copper coins were often seen by them as filthy.
English copper coins have been in use since at least the 1600s
So, today, in a world of higher prices, plastic cards and contactless payments, copper coins seem increasingly worthless and irrelevant.
As the Great Siege of 1565 had drained the Order's treasury, the Grand Master resorted to the minting of thousands of fiduciary copper coins to make up for the shortage of gold and silver coinage.
the Soho a key part in striking the ever large penny coin, continued until After identifying there was a problem and realising that the Government would need to react to it, Boulton set up a steam powered mint to produce copper coins to help solve the problem - and cash in on it.
Land of Milk and Honey II, which can be seen in Gallery 12, is a sealed wood and glass vitrine of copper coins and congealed milk.
They got into mine and tooK a few things including loose change I had for PARKING machines, although bizarrely they left the copper coins.
Summary: Muscat: It seems that five copper coins with Arabic inscriptions and found in northern Australia .
And when trade evolved, it included payments in gold coins mainly with the introduction of silver and copper coins later on due to gold scarcity.
Mr Lines said Allen went out several times, and the last time came in out of breath and sweating with bank statements and cards, phones and a jar containing copper coins, which the Crown says were stolen from Mr Dunford's home.
All items of value - accounting machines, typewriters, steel-bound and other ledgers, cash - had to be stored in the strong rooms at night using a hand-controlled lift and deliveries of pounds 240 of copper coins had to be loaded and weighed weekly.