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COIN

Abbreviation for:
circulars on the internet (Medspeak-UK)
clinical oncology information network (Medspeak-UK)
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I have recorded several dozen specimens of local copper coins imitating drachms of the Indo-Greek king Menander from the 2nd century BC (figure 10)--the very same Menander who became the protagonist of the Buddhist text, Questions of Milinda.
Improvements in manufacturing techniques meant traders and employers could order their own copper coins to be made for use in their businesses, and could also add promotional messages for their trade or area.
A series of inscribed and non-inscribed copper coins were also used in several north-Indian states.
Among many of those who support the continuing use of copper coins, the belief is that retailers would simply round up prices to the nearest 5p if copper coins were scrapped.
Some have raised concerns that if copper coins were ditched, this could be the start of a more dramatic move towards a 'cashless society'.
...and even settle a bill with your watch The way we pay for things is changing, so what does that mean for our copper coins?
COPPER COINS ONE and two pence pieces looked to be under threat this week after Chancellor Philip Hammond launched a review into copper currency.
<B A Government consultation on scrapping copper coins has been dropped
Chancellor Philip Hammond has launched a review into copper coins after revealing 60% of them are stashed away, but MPs warned charities could lose out.
National Pensioners Convention spokesman Neil Duncan-Jordan said there were concerns that if copper coins were ditched, this could be the start of a move towards a "cashless society".
After cleaning the money, it became clear that they were copper coins and belonged to the Atabeys era, a dynasty of Kipchak origin that controlled most of northwestern Persia including Arran, most of Azerbaijan, and Djibal.