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Synonyms for coinage

coins collectively

a newly invented word or phrase

the act of inventing a word or phrase

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The coinage of these copper coins is carried out through the regional branches of the National Bank of Romania, Bucharest, Cluj, Iasi and Timis.
Since nearly all coins of copper and nickel had been melted down for production of weapons and other military equipment during the last desperate days of the war, by 1921 virtually no German coinage remained in circulation (Rontgen, 1984).
The first contains a small amount of ordinary coinage which symbolises the Sovereign's gift for food and clothing.
But King George VI declined, as they had never been issued, were not deemed to be official UK coinage and had not gone through the Royal Proclamation process.
Head for tales of Britain's fascinating coinage history at a new interactive tourist attraction in South Wales.
The coinage with the oldest suffix in the main base could be exchanged for any of the rival suffixal coinages.
Moesgaard focuses on the role of Cross coinage in medieval Danish society, looking into the details of this currency in order to determine its true nature and discover its origin.
The latest is the General repeating the coinage ' Presstitute' for the media.
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Mr Clark is the first Royal Mint engraver to be chosen to create a definitive royal coinage portrait in more than 100 years.
Coinage refers to word usage that was first used in the blog post and eventually began to be used in mainstream library settings.
In Authorisms, Paul Dickson traces writerly coinages (a coinage of the Elizabethan scribe George Puttenham) of words and expressions ranging from assassination (Shakespeare's Macbeth) to zombification (the poet Andrei Codrescu).
The remainder of the book is comprised of chapters dedicated to analyzing the development and expansion of monetary networks, the use of coinage in combination with other forms than cash such as credit and cash-less payments, the establishment of prices and the economic factors that affected their fluctuation, and the role of temple and cult finances in the monetization process.
Stephen Deng, Coinage and State Formation in Early Modern English Literature, Early Modern Cultural Studies 1500-1700 (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2011).
British Museum Anglo-Saxon coins I; early Anglo-Saxon gold and Anglo-Saxon and continental silver coinage of the North Sea area, c.