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Men·tha

(men'thă),
A genus of plants of the family Labiatae. Mentha piperita is peppermint; Mentha pulegium, pennyroyal; Mentha viridis, spearmint.
Synonym(s): mint
[L.]

MINT

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GBS has been a long-term strategic partner of Mint in the UAE and helped in the restructuring and scaling up our Middle East operations over the years.
An assortment of Mint products will be available for purchase over the counter the 2019 American Liberty High Relief Gold Coin, 2019 American Liberty High Relief Silver Medal, 2019 Might Minters Ornaments, and 2018 American Innovation $1 Reverse Proof Introductory Coin.
The Royal Canadian Mint is the Crown corporation responsible for the minting and distribution of Canada's circulation coins.
Created in association with Imperial War Museums, the commemorative coin is not going into general circulation and is available from the Royal Mint's website, prices range from PS10 for a brilliant uncirculated version to PS845 for a gold proof coin.
Department of Agriculture, and third nationally in overall mint production.
It was Linux Mint's default desktop environment for five years in the 2000s.
Orbit Freeze Mint was initially available exclusively at Walgreens in a 1.1-ounce singles pack for one month.
Below I have listed my guide for growing your own mint: Aa container, and if you really want to plant it out into the ground plant it in the pot.
Thailand's Royal Thai Mint was the host of the 29th MDC in 2016.
Headquartered in Llantrisant, the Mint's latest end-of-year turnover was PS506m, with pre-tax profits of PS15.3m, and it has a workforce of around 850 members of staff.
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A Guide Book of the United States Mint: Colonial, State, Private, Territorial, and Federal Coining Facilities is the 23rd volume in the Bowers Series on coin collecting, and provides collectors with an in-depth survey of the history of the Philadelphia Mint and its branches, plus different private and government mints.