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    1. mint soap), depending on the insect

    2. You can't understand it but she likes mint and chocolate chip together

    3. The talk turned to the various sweets we used to eat as children; it seems Gary had a thing about liquorice bootlaces (typical boy!) whereas I preferred mint imperials

    4. He was wise and powerful, and it was said that he always knew how to give the best advice, even in the middle of the greatest of hardships and miseries, and so, over a mint julep or two by the side of the old man’s pool, the young man and his princess told him about their problem

    5. 'Now, listen, Parekh-ji said as he finished his glass of mint chaas, 'things are

    6. 'Now, listen,1 Parekh-ji said as he finished his glass of mint chaas, 'things are

    7. and so, over a mint julep or two by the side of the old man’s pool,

    8. and even Tom could recognise mint, lavender and rosemary

    9. “These cards are in mint

    10. He had dried some Hazel leaves and some mint, chopped it up and was now rolling it in a scrap of paper

    11. Before the late recoinage of the gold, the price of silver bullion was seldom higher than five shillings and sevenpence an ounce, which is but fivepence above the mint price

    12. } which is fifteen pence above the mint price

    13. In the mint of Calcutta, an ounce of fine gold is supposed to be worth fifteen ounces of fine silver, in the same manner as in Europe

    14. It is in the mint, perhaps, rated too high for the value which it bears in the market of Bengal

    15. }, as it appears by the accounts of the mint

    16. No account has been got of the gold coin ; but it appears from the ancient accounts of the mint of Scotland, that the value of the gold annually coined somewhat exceeded that of the silver

    17. When for a sum or money paid in England, containing, according to the standard of the English mint, a certain number of ounces of pure silver, you receive a bill for a sum of money to be paid in France, containing, according to the standard of the French mint, an equal number of ounces of pure silver, exchange is said to be at par between England and France

    18. Secondly, In some countries the expense of coinage is defrayed by the government; in others, it is defrayed by the private people, who carry their bullion to the mint, and the government even derives some revenue from the coinage

    19. In England it is defrayed by the government; and if you carry a pound weight of standard silver to the mint, you get back sixty-two shillings, containing a pound weight of the like standard silver

    20. This credit was called bank money, which, as it represented money exactly according to the standard of the mint, was always of the same real value, and intrinsically worth more than current money

    21. As a shilling fresh from the mint will buy no more goods in the market than one of our common worn shillings, so the good and true money which might be brought from the coffers of the bank into those of a private person, being mixed and confounded with the common currency of the country, would be of no more value than that currency, from which it could no longer be readily distinguished

    22. below the mint price of such bullion

    23. In Holland the market price of bullion is generally above the mint price, for the same reason that it was so in England before the late reformation of the gold coin

    24. The proportions between the bank price, the mint price, and the market price of gold bullion, are nearly the same

    25. A person can generally sell his receipt for the difference between the mint price of bullion and the market price

    26. The holder of a receipt, when he purchases bank money, purchases the power of taking out a quantity of bullion, of which the mint price is five per cent

    27. above the mint price

    28. In a country where the expense of the coinage is defrayed by the government, the value of the coin, even when it contains its full standard weight of gold and silver, can never be much greater than that of an equal quantity of those metals uncoined, because it requires only the trouble of going to the mint, and the delay, perhaps, of a few weeks, to procure for any quantity of uncoined gold and silver an equal quantity of those metals in coin; but in every country the greater part of the current coin is almost always more or less worn, or otherwise degenerated from its standard

    29. therefore, instead of being the same with the mint price, or £46:14:6, was then about £47:14s

    30. When the greater part of the coin, however, was in this degenerate condition, forty four guineas and a-half, fresh from the mint, would purchase no more goods in the market than any other ordinary guineas; because, when they came into the coffers of the merchant, being confounded with other money, they could not afterwards be distinguished without more trouble than the difference was worth

    31. The operations of the mint were, upon this account, somewhat like the web of Penelope; the work that was done in the day was undone in the night

    32. The mint was employed, not so much in making daily additions to the coin, as in replacing the very best part of it, which was daily melted down

    33. Were the private people who carry their gold and silver to the mint to pay themselves for the coinage, it would add to the value of those metals, in the same manner as the fashion does to that of plate

    34. The bank of England, in order to replenish their coffers with money, are frequently obliged to carry bullion to the mint ; and it was more for their interest, they probably imagined, that the coinage should be at the expense of the government than at their own

    35. The bank of England is the only company which sends any considerable quantity of bullion to the mint, and the burden of the annual coinage falls entirely, or almost entirely, upon it

    36. equipment were also in mint condition and shone eerily

    37. establishing a mint in California, the survey of the Pacific coast, and the establishment of a navy yard and station with large

    38. By means of it, pieces are issued from the mint, of the same denomination, and, as nearly as could be contrived, of the same weight, bulk, and appearance, with pieces which had been current before of much greater value

    39. } in order to pay his debts, adulterated his coin, all the officers of his mint were sworn to secrecy

    40. Mint is traditionally used in animal feeds as an appetiser

    41. “Hey, Lickspittle!” snorted Minty Pinter, who was in the process of inhaling a massive piece of mint cheesecake

    42. “Too bad the Imperial Mint is in Sunders City, otherwise we could just steal plates

    43. Green China tea flavoured with chocolate and mint _ for the daring

    44. Serve with crushed ice in a tall glass with a sprig of mint

    45. For centuries mint leaves have been used as an aid to digestion as well as relieving

    46. Spread reserved chocolate mixture over the mint layer; chill 2 hours, or until firm

    47. "Wonderful homemade mint patties

    48. For a bullet proof car it is not expensive and ten thousand US dollars will get you one in mint condition

    49. I�d rather have a mint instead

    50. A local woman is selling a mint flavored brew but we have no evidence that this works, just hear say

    1. Frosty minted drinks of a golden nectar appeared on the glass table at the corner between their seats when they looked for them

    2. minted sausages, the turkey wrigglers and the very large packet of

    3. minted members of the Guardian corps

    4. His newly minted wedding ring caught the sunlight

    5. kings this world has minted

    6. Words used to me at work by a young, newly minted attorney roughly forty years my junior, a few years ago

    7. Modern conventions have apparently lost its (reasoned) capacity to appreciate, at their face value, the (potential) pitfalls of unbecoming attitudes although (seemingly) encouraging the flaunting of anti-social behavior that is typically provided refuge in recently minted (psychogenic) disorders

    8. I looked up on the Internet the year the Krugerrand was minted

    9. Then, each newly minted but lesser king, in his own way, strayed further afield than had the father, Solomon

    10. But the newly minted literalist interpretation also referred to in another previous chapter seems to have been made without reference to the “God is spirit” declaration made within the context that it was taken from

    11. I do not see the justice of my never making more than $100k in this materialistic world where newly minted “masters of the universe” on Wall Street and kids right out of law school make $150k

    12. “One thousand one ounce gold Hilian Crowns, the first coins minted as Hilian currency

    13. 26 It is their claim that in those very old days the accepted token of exchange was precious metal minted into coins by the Church and the Crown (of

    14. Frank looked around at the sea of newly minted foot soldiers

    15. A ship carrying newly minted sovereigns would be in pretty close to Aggadeh itself

    16. case when two or more versions of the same coin are minted simultaneously, or a change in the

    17. For al the money printed or minted

    18. minted for each ounce of gold in storage

    19. They were the texts of the years when the coins had been minted and passed through different hands

    20. Two young men, recently minted medical professionals, currently resident of Boston, met the bus when it arrived at the temple

    21. Still somewhat dazed by the unfolding of the events that allowed him to suddenly possess fifty thousand dollars in cash, Preacher Cooper slowly opened the satchel to glance inside at the motley assembly of currency, some crisp as though they had just been minted and some worn and dirty with years of abuse, that had been collected and neatly stacked inside the bag

    22. ‘Ten percent of the profit, he must be minted

    23. As I cross the street I see a set of footprints in the freshly minted

    24. of the newly minted Saturn Academy

    25. the duck pond and the newly minted

    26. “Ancient cults of the goddess temples minted money, and then put the image of its patron deity on the coin to guarantee fineness

    27. “And now your rulers' faces minted with the motto, 'Guaranteed by God'

    28. The Currency and Coins minted by Nation’s

    29. Sadly, the Money minted

    30. services and money is minted against both

    31. Andre handed the coin to him and Olin observed that the entire motto minted onto the coin was "God zij met ons"

    32. minted gold coins sold by banks and desist from granting advances to the silver

    33. For the sake of convenience ordinary minted coins were eventually put

    34. Foreign coins not minted by the United States were never put back into circulation but were sold by the jewelery stores, for a nominal

    35. minted broth was mouth-watering

    36. � After all, the day before, her daddy expressed his feelings, and she felt recognition and love for her presence in the living room and her newly minted ability

    37. When the minted gold in the vault smiles like the night-watchman's daughter, When warrantee deeds loafe in chairs opposite and are my friendly

    38. The newly minted widow closed the phone and mentally rehearsed what she was going to say

    39. During the late 1990s, at the height of the stock market bubble, there was a constant stream of media stories describing in great detail the wealth and lifestyles of the newly minted Silicon Valley millionaires

    40. 8 This was not an isolated incident; on at least three other occasions in the late 1990s, day traders sent the wrong stock soaring when they mistook its ticker symbol for that of a newly minted Internet company

    41. England is “the world of minted lamb and peas

    42. Various newly minted billionaires paid huge amounts of capital gain taxes, and the tax base was broadened, as a new industry created demand for highly skilled, and mostly well paid, workers

    43. By adding a new block of transactions to the blockchain, the miner who added the block is rewarded with newly minted bitcoins (as well as old bitcoins in the form of transaction fees)

    44. 5 The fortunate miner then collects the mining reward, which is the sum of the block reward (the newly minted bitcoins in each block) and all the transaction fees for the added block

    45. Out around the lake was a hunting-lodge ruin where wild horses might plunge through minted shadow to sink away in green-water grasses by yet further cold ponds and single graves of daughters whose sins were so rank they were driven forth even in death to the wilderness, sunk traceless in the gloom

    46. Their religious fervor for minted gold runs in the invisible traces of Ahab's equally religious fervor for the true wounds and the true blood of the Beast

    47. Suddenly I knew that if I should seize the captain’s dark machine electric lenses, behind them I would find eyes the color of minted silver, of fish that had never been born

    48. Are not fair weather there and rain and minted silver coins lost in a high new grass?”

    49. Out rode the newly minted Constable on his beautiful dinosaur Camellia

    50. Not only did she have a sun-metal face stamped and beaten out of purest gold, with delicate nostrils and a mouth that was both firm and gentle, but her eyes, fixed into their sockets, were cerulean or amethystine or lapus lazuli, or all three, minted and fused together, and her body was covered over with lions and eyes and ravens, and her hands were crossed upon her carved bosom and in one gold mitten she clenched a thonged whip for obedience, and in the other a fantastic ranunculus, which makes for obedience out of love, so the whip lies unused…

    1. How do we justify the exploitation of poor, wastage of food, raping women, killing people, settling disputes through war, grabbing land to build temples, churches, mosques in God’s name and minting money on the name of faith and so on

    2. “That’s a surprise to me, that we’re minting our own money!” Mark noted as he took a quick look at one of the coins, struck on one side with a bust portrait of he and Talia wearing similar ornate crowns and smiling into each other’s eyes, and on the other with a map of the island with the sword-star of Hilia in the center

    3. The most surprising thing had been Dimarico's disclosure of an extensive minting operation by four different stamping operations—unknown to one another so as to prevent the loss of the entire silver hoard should part come to light and be interfered with by someone in authority

    4. From it he took something which glinted dully in the mellow light—a broad gold coin of antique minting

    5. ” In short, we are minting it

    6. Minting Corporation of India Ltd

    7. At that point the Government started minting new coins in the

    8. Brooke's success must depend either on plumpers which would leave Bagster in the rear, or on the new minting of Tory votes into reforming votes

    1. But, first, We cannot always judge of the value of the current money of different countries by the standard of their respective mints

    2. Before the reformation of the silver coin in King William's time, exchange between England and Holland, computed in the usual manner, according to the standard of their respective mints, was five-and twenty per cent

    3. Though the current coin of the two countries, therefore, were equally near the standards of their respective mints, a sum of English money could not well purchase a sum of French money containing an equal number of ounces of pure silver, nor, consequently, a bill upon France for such a sum

    4. Supposing the current money of the two countries equally near to the standard of their respective mints, and that the one pays foreign bills in this common currency, while the other pays them in bank money, it is evident that the computed exchange may be in favour of that which pays in bank money, though the real exchange should be in favour of that which pays in current money; for the same reason that the computed exchange may be in favour of that which pays in better money, or in money nearer to its own standard, though the real exchange should be in favour of that which pays in worse

    5. The former pay in a species of money, of which the intrinsic value is always the same, and exactly agreeable to the standard of their respective mints ; the latter is a species of money, of which the intrinsic value is continually varying, and is almost always more or less below that standard

    6. He shrugged, pulling out a packet of mints

    7. Allow individual mints to air dry for 2 hours

    8. "These party mints are great for special occasions, and they can be made ahead of time for convenience

    9. Ignoring the nervous butterflies in my stomach and a nagging feeling that this might not be the right way to finally initiate my sex life, I grabbed the mints and my new find, and headed back to Toby's room

    10. He pulled out a pack of mints

    11. Stepping into the stable Adam was engulfed by warmth, he stroked the horse's ears as it snuffled in his jacket pockets for pony nuts and mints

    12. Many couples want to have mints and nuts to go along with the cake

    13. This is fine, but you should buy the nuts in bulk from a warehouse store, and make the mints yourself

    14. Homemade mints can be frozen well in

    15. mints later I was rushing back out the door

    16. She had little white mints in nearly all her

    17. mints can be used in this way) I change the subject

    18. cat hairs on my mints

    19. For example, you can say to yourself, “When I reach into my pocket there will be a box of mints in there

    20. ” and attempt to take a box of mints out of your pocket

    21. The waiter returned moments later with the check and a handful of mints

    22. Add some mints

    23. It was, however, one of the boys who urged them onward, as he said he smelled on the air flowers that reminded him of mints and beckoned them forward with but a wave of his hand

    24. my handful of breath mints, Sharin chose the 1Malaysia campaign as

    25. I must not leave it to be supposed that we were ever a great House, or that we made mints of money

    26. Nisha Gandhe, mid forties, head-turningly attractive, even dressed down in cotton shirt, T-shirt, and jeans, marveled that her boss could be an investigative genius and still not know that breath mints were useless at disguising the smell of whisky

    27. Fischer with a small box of chocolate mints accompanied by a sympathy card

    28. THE PLACE IN QUESTION WAS A SOOTY FACTORY in the old industrial district west of the Port Authority; from street level, you could see the tops of rusty letters spelling out Knickerbocker Mints welded to a scaffold on the roof

    29. Or unlike them, who knows? And where has Mercer gone? To the top of the giant “O” of the Knickerbocker Mints sign

    30. This game goes into high gear during the week or two prior to option expiration, when the floor mints money out of thin air, selling naked puts and calls that have almost no chance of reaching their exercise price

    31. Wrigley's brands include the Juicy Fruit, Orbit and Eclipse gums, Life Savers hard candies and Altoids mints

    32. Similar mints are also effective

    33. About the end of the fifth century a coinage was issued from these mints which is ascribed to uncertain satraps

    34. The satrap Tiribazus employed the mints at Issus, at Soli and Mallus; the satrap Pharnabazus established his mints in various cities in Cilicia, particularly at Nagidus; Datamus also issued coinage in Cilicia

    35. We know that Datames succeeded Pharnabazus in the command of the Persian armies, their coins then must have been struck under the same circumstances and in the same mints, that is, in the ports of Cilicia where preparations were made for the expedition against Egypt

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