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  • verb Present participle of mint.

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Examples

  • 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.

    June 2004

  • 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.

    Miner Gets Physical With Payout

  • 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.

    Libertarian Blog Place

  • 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.

    Libertarian Blog Place

  • Price dips in gold have been shallow and short-lived reflecting the broad-based demand for the metal coming from funds, central banks and even on the retail level evidenced by a jump in gold coin minting and purchases.

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  • 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.

    Libertarian Blog Place

  • 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.

    Community Currencies Aim to Aid Merchants

  • Last year, the Coastal Marin Fund began minting $3 brass coins that are about the size of a silver dollar.

    Community Currencies Aim to Aid Merchants

  • 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.

    New York Yankees v Detroit Tigers - live!

  • The move follows that of two nonprofits in Marin County—Coastal Marin Fund and FairBucks—which began minting their own $3 coins last year.

    Community Currencies Aim to Aid Merchants

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