Did you mayhaps mean coin?
- n. Abbreviation of council.
“The idea is, hey: There are lots of people in countries like Bangladesh or Bolivia who could do something useful with $20 or $200 — buy some livestock, make some baskets, start a little shop.”
“The consequence of which is, that all these disorderly societies are now obliged to call coun - cils to ratify what has been done, or give advice what had best be done.”
“Anyone as oild as that is not good for our coun try.”
“Codin' wi 'MSWud coun' exa'ly 50 gawd awful wuds.”
“Many secular Egyptians were alarmed by the group's 2007 draft political program, which proposed setting up an Islamic coun cil to vet laws and would have banned women and Christians running for president.”
“WASHINGTON — The foiled mail bombing plot by suspected al Qaeda militants in Yemen has added urgency to an Obama administration review of expanded military options that include putting elite U.S. hunter-killer teams that operate secretly in the coun try under Central Intelligence Agency authority.”
“Or coun seling, calls, emails and other types of case management to make sure patients comply with their diabetes regimen?”
“South Korean officials hoped to sell this security technology to other coun tries.”
“Over two million votes were cast for the final nominees of the 2008 CMT MUSIC AWARDS, putting coun ...”
“An floofy duster taolz tu kleen yoar coun tertopps!”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘coun’.
This is to save the "Hellatine Dictionary of Bureaucratese" from oblivion. The list is extremely rich in neologisms but is no longer updated regularly, which is a shame. For its disclaimer and all ...
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