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    1. Paul always did it himself: started his own company; was a self-made millionaire; took business trips on his own coin


    2. port slum and, when the coin for wine evaporated, he might work for a few nights as a


    3. He rented a shabby flat in the port slum and, when the coin for wine evaporated, he might work for a few nights as a pot-washer or something equally lonely


    4. There are two sides to every coin


    5. waiting for the tallyman and the coin


    6. I looked at my father lying in the sunlight, holding a coin for the ferry-man and wondered if he was watching all this fuss


    7. positive side, and no more than one side of the coin could spin around to see


    8. He finished with a series of Productions and Vanishes amongst the audience, the old coin behind the ear stuff, and then, like Cinderella, he left with his meal and beer voucher before last orders when his Dad turned up to give him a lift home


    9. said, trying to find a coin amongst the dung


    10. I would guess, based on what you told me, that he went back to Chardovia, and you did NOT give me coin to book passage on a darkrunner to TRY and keep up with him


















































































    1. The old American term 'do-rag' was coined for the garment closest to it in appearance


    2. Even the Peruvians, the more civilized nation of the two, though they made use of gold and silver as ornaments, had no coined money of any kind


    3. 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


    4. Every year they found themselves under the necessity of coining nearly the same quantity of gold as they had coined the year before ; and from the continual rise in the price of gold bullion, in consequence of the continual wearing and clipping of the coin, the expense of this great annual coinage became, every year, greater and greater


    5. If there were in England, for example, an effectual demand for an additional quantity of gold, a packet-boat could bring from Lisbon, or from wherever else it was to be had, fifty tons of gold, which could be coined into more than five millions of guineas


    6. By the annual exportation of silver to the East Indies, plate is probably somrwhat dearer in Europe than it otherwise might have been ; and coined silver probably purchases a larger quantity both of labour and commodities


    7. Coined gold and silver would be more valuable than uncoined


    8. When this great company, therefore, bought gold bullion in order to have it coined, they were obliged to pay for it two per cent


    9. upon the bullion which was to be coined into more than eight hundred and fifty thousand pounds, or incurring an annual loss of more than £21,250 pounds, would not probably have incurred the tenth part of that loss


    10. They had no coined money, nor any established instrument of commerce of any kind















































































    1. Every year they found themselves under the necessity of coining nearly the same quantity of gold as they had coined the year before ; and from the continual rise in the price of gold bullion, in consequence of the continual wearing and clipping of the coin, the expense of this great annual coinage became, every year, greater and greater


    2. Not only the highest jurisdictions, both civil and criminal, but the power of levying troops, of coining money, and even that of making bye-laws for the government of their own people, were all rights possessed allodially by the great proprietors of land, several centuries before even the name of the feudal law was known in Europe


    3. The seignorage, if it was not exorbitant, would add to the bullion the whole value of the duty; because, the government having everywhere the exclusive privilege of coining, no coin can come to market cheaper than they think proper to afford it


    4. When the tax upon coinage, therefore, is so moderate as not to encourage false coining, though every body advances the tax, nobody finally pays it; because every body gets it back in the advanced value of the coin


    5. So savage and irrelevant to Bork’s qualifications was the attack mounted against him that it led to the coining of a new verb: “to bork


    6. ” The coining of the term “death panels” reduces the argument over government health care to its essential and unforgettable reality


    7. This regulation necessitated that money-changers be licensed to exchange the many sorts of currency in circulation throughout Palestine and other provinces of the Roman Empire for this orthodox shekel of Jewish coining


    8. 1937 it is still considered a classic coining the phrase "Whatever the


    9. As long as there is good gold and silver coin in the realm, so long there will be forging, coining, and counterfeit money


    10. when coining that phrase








    1. Treasure: In general, it is a very good omen; if you dream of a chest full of coins, jewels, ancient objects and that sort of thing, it means that you have a strong will and a good potential, which could be used to help yourself and others around you


    2. Son had a pouch of gold coins that Elden had put in his room the night


    3. ” Son said as he placed his bag of gold coins before her


    4. Coins were made with Augustus and his star on them, and an inscription that said, “Augustus, the son of God


    5. Jesus was later asked about these coins and said, “Render unto Caesar what is Caesar’s


    6. Around the corner from a large plastic cash-register of a restaurant called 'Neon', I saw a little boy propped against the wall of a bank and sitting on an old sheet next to a tin box containing a few coins


    7. 'I'm very fortunate there's such a growing interest in art history - I'm a busy girl,' she gave Adrian a filthy look for jingling coins in his trouser pocket


    8. A ten-year-old came with thirty coins to buy a cricket ball


    9. finished the painful task of counting the coins


    10. size of the new one-rupee coins


















































































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