from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In Anglo-Saxon use, the name of a coin: used to translate Latin as and Latin-Greek stater; in England, a coin of the value of threepence (in this use found only in gen. pl. thrimsa, thrymsa).
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All Type 2 trimes were produced at Philadelphia so none displays a mint mark.
And that language evolved in time but we can hear superhero language very prominently in the 60s, and then a bit less when we get into the 70s with early Gerber and Englehart, less still with Claremont and DeMatteis, iand it diminishes steadily as we move into modern trimes.
In these days of hard trimes surely that is what we should be focusing on not the expansion of a City that may if is is sucessful have a knock effect and get us all out of the current crisis.
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