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  • "Probably a millionth of a dollar, sooner or later.") "Minting" money in these denominations was simply not cost-effective until recently, but there are already lots of potential applications.

    The Reinvention of Privacy

  • "Probably a millionth of a dollar, sooner or later.") "Minting" money in these denominations was simply not cost-effective until recently, but there are already lots of potential applications.

    The Reinvention of Privacy

  • "Probably a millionth of a dollar, sooner or later.") "Minting" money in these denominations was simply not cost-effective until recently, but there are already lots of potential applications.

    The Reinvention of Privacy

  • "Probably a millionth of a dollar, sooner or later.") "Minting" money in these denominations was simply not cost-effective until recently, but there are already lots of potential applications.

    The Reinvention of Privacy

  • This was apparently done, to some extent, for economic reasons, as die steel was relatively expensive, and it took considerable time to prepare new dies, as Craig Sholley also illustrates in a series of articles on ‘Early U.S. Minting Methods’ in the John Reich Journal.

    Look What I Dug Up! 1817/4 Half Dollar : Coin Collecting News

  • See also Dennis O. Flynn, "The 'Population Thesis' View of Inflation versus Economics and History," in Münzprägung, Geldumlauf und Wechselkursen Minting [Monetary circulation and exchange rates], ed.E. Van Cauwenberghe and F. Irsigler (Trier: 1984), 361 – 82. back

    How Taiwan Became Chinese

  • Minting his every phrase afresh, Flaubert avoided clichés like poison.

    No Way, Madame Bovary

  • Minting his every phrase afresh, Flaubert avoided clichés like poison.

    No Way, Madame Bovary

  • Minting a coin was as close as a usurper could get to legitimatizing his power.

    Finding a Lost Emperor in a Clay Pot

  • A pleasant walk of less than a mile over meadows, or “Ings,” brings us to the village of Minting, the last syllable of its name, possibly, being derived from the said “Ings.”

    Records of Woodhall Spa and Neighbourhood Historical, Anecdotal, Physiographical, and Archaeological, with Other Matter

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