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COIN

Abbreviation for:
circulars on the internet (Medspeak-UK)
clinical oncology information network (Medspeak-UK)
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On the one hand, its role follows from the above-mentioned principle of Creativity within Productivity Constraints that suggests that even if the process of word-formation is significantly creative in the sense that coiners of new complex words can usually choose from several word-formation options (strategies) these options do not cross the boundaries of productive rules of word-formation.
Then there was the threat to the monetary system itself, caused by a whole army of clippers and coiners.
"The Capline and Link acquisitions that we completed in 2004 have established a strong platform for further growth and consolidation of Gulf Coast crude oil assets," said George Coiner, Senior Group Vice President of the Partnership.
Patti Elwood Jr., chief architect of the act and coiner of the term "health maintenance organization," recalled in a historical perspective of Kaiser Permanente's beginnings how he immediately hoarded a plane to Kaiser's Oakland headquarters when the U.S.
Stojanovic is an enthusiastic coiner of new words, and some of them are quite useful.
Molly Ivins was the first person I heard use "astroturf" to refer to the generation of a phony grassroots movement, but someone else may have been the true coiner of the term.
Coiner, a psychiatrist and director of the Yale University Coiner School Development Program, New Haven.
Don't get me wrong, I'd totally rather be out skating with my friends at the Coiner's bank gap or the sick church sidewalk-to-sidewalk gap.
For all you readers who have loved his Top Left Coiner column for more than a decade, this is your chance to see Schuyler live and in person.
Best man was Arnold Coiner, father of the groom, and groomsmen were Jarrod Brooks, Brad Holt, Stephen Nichols, and Joe Massingill.
"When you get to work, you won't smell like you've just emerged from the coiner bar," Vock said.
Thomas Cook and his colleagues set a precedent for testing a schoolwide reform program with his trials on James Coiner's vaunted School Development Program.