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  • "Coining" would have been a better word than minting!

    Tono Bungay

  • Coining the phrase "mental retirement" to capture what happens when your brain is no longer getting regular exercise, the study shows that retired people as a group tend to do less well on cognitive and memory tests than people who are still working.

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  • Coining a new word for the occasion, she pleaded with "peaceful Muslims" to "pls refudiate" the plans for a proposed mosque near Ground Zero.

    Todd Green, Ph.D.: Anti-Mosque Sentiment in America: Lessons from Europe?

  • Among them: Coining a new euphemism in "green dugout" and helming a movie masterpiece in "Rocket Dog."

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  • Coining the basic terms “contraction” and “relaxation,” he based his dance movement on the three dimensions of space: depth, width and height and on power, time and space.

    Leah Bergstein.

  • Coining money into being ought to be the sole authority of the federal government, or even the states that wish to do so although this is not currently allowed in the Constitution.

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  • Coining the phrase from the good Dr. Hubbert, “the record is unequivocal.” www.

    Thinking the Unthinkable; The End of Oil:

  • Coining phrases like "the Bible belt" and aphorisms like "Democracy is the theory that the common people know what they want, and deserve to get it good and hard," Mencken left his indecorous fingerprints all over American thought and speech.

    Ink-Stained Riches

  • Coining terms is irrelevant if the concept the terms are designed to capture can exist without the IDM.

    Answering Questions about ID

  • Coining a new sexing word is one thing, but now it is up for my minions to sexing popularize it.

    vox populi


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