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COIN

Abbreviation for:
circulars on the internet (Medspeak-UK)
clinical oncology information network (Medspeak-UK)
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At one time he was turning a ponderous key in an iron door not unlike the door of a sepulchre, but which, being opened, disclosed a vault heaped up with gold coin, as plentifully as golden corn in a granary.
Across the table the body of the man in the brown dressing-gown lay amid his burst and gaping brown-paper parcels; out of which poured and rolled, not Roman, but very modern English coins.
They have also a small gold coin worth two dollars.
An ancient copper coin, the forty-fourth part of a sou or the twelfth part of a farthing.
Both Clayton and Monsieur Thuran hastened weakly to examine the coin, which had rolled from the man's hand and lay beside him.
At such moments I have compelled myself to remember her score of forty-seven coins from the bottom of the swimming tank.
Do you mind putting this tray of coins back in the cabinet, and giving me the next one to it?
Tendering a coin through the trap door the fare slipped out and away, leaving an effect of uncanny, eccentric ghastliness upon the driver's mind.
Looking somewhat chagrined, he put the coin into Hepzibah's hand, and departed, sending the second Jim Crow in quest of the former one.
He tried to put the coin in my hand, and spoke again.
Pick up that, philosopher and vendor of wine," said the Marquis, throwing him another gold coin, "and spend it as you will.
Occasionally, perhaps, it is necessary to coin words, if no word exists by which a correlation can adequately be explained.