- v. present participle of mint.
“The second is that if his partisans succeed in minting Reagan in public memory as a repository of bedrock principle, they will have been complicit in letting forgetting win the battle against remembering -- because on their own, conservative terms, Reagan was often a sellout.”
“To prepare for the novel payout, the company in August began exchanging $1 million of its cash into metal with the idea of minting one troy ounce gold and silver coins to be distributed monthly.”
“Mili Note: First, the GOVERNMENT doesn't have anything to do with coin minting in this nation, that's owned by the PRIVATE Federal Reserve Bank.”
“The move follows that of two nonprofits in Marin County—Coastal Marin Fund and FairBucks—which began minting their own $3 coins last year.”
“After hearing about the Coastal Marin effort, a group of residents in eastern Marin's Fairfax decided to emulate it, minting up about 5,000 $3 tokens of their own, which they began distributing this summer.”
“Last year, the Coastal Marin Fund began minting $3 brass coins that are about the size of a silver dollar.”
“Ho hum, I think I've had enough of this now so I'll just finish it up, throw a few 100 mph fastballs by that Teixeira guy, and then take a few playmates out to dinner while minting my own currency.”
“Dies for minting 1854 quarters were sent to San Francisco, but no quarters were struck at that mint until 1855, the first example from that branch mint apparently a proof coin.”
“The Austrian Mint is the official and the only minting authority of the Republic of Austria.”
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