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the more conspicuous of two alternatives or cases or sides

the side of a coin or medal bearing the principal stamp or design

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The obverse side of the chip surface area was swabbed first, followed by the reverse side, and finally the rim.
At the obverse side of the P1000 bill, the image of the Order of Lakandula Medal and the phrase "Medal of Honor" were deleted from the new design series.
Leitmotif of the obverse of the conceptual, and art and graphic design of the 2000 denar banknote is the presentation of Macedonian bridal costume from Prilep Field, as an impressive reflection of the richness of the folklore heritage of the Republic of Macedonia.
The obverse of the coin features the Coat of the Arms, the name of the country (Sultanate of Oman), the name of the Central Bank of Oman and Face value in Arabic and English while the reverse of the coin (gold and silver) depicts the coloured photo of His Majesty Sultan Qaboos bin Said and the other two (gold and silver) depicts the 45th National Day coloured logo.
The obverse of the design depicts a buffalo with the words 'One Troy Ounce' and '.999 Silver' stamped above and below.
In addition, the counterfeit banknote lacks relief in the printed images on the obverse.
The obverse side of the staff has the coarse hashmarks of a military sight.
SATURDAY'S SOLUTION: ACROSS - 1 Apropos; 5 Aspic; Kin; 9 Obverse; Grain; 11 Torso; Ebonite; 15 Ogre; 17 Cranky; Abbess; 22 Blue; 24 Amputee; Rites; 29 Floor; Swaying; 31 32 Ready; 33 Sweetly.
On the background of the globe, the railway with the moving locomotive is portrayed on the obverse side of the coin.
The coin on one obverse bears the image of Sakhir VIPs' Tower at the Bahrain International Circuit (BIC).
The silver medal and coin in a special denomination of 100 fils, has the image of the VIP Sakheer Tower on the obverse of the coin, while its margin is carved with 'Kingdom of Bahrain - Bahrain Grand Prix" along with the date "2004-2014."
Chapters are included on classification and chronology, typology of the coins, and an overview of gold content of the coins in the context of the history of coinage and a survey of coinage divided into separate overviews of gold and silver coins lead into the main body of the volume: plates illustrating 867 coins, obverse and reverse, together with full description of each coin and information on its provenance.
The ` 500 note contains a readable security thread alternately visible on the obverse with inscriptions ' Bharat' and ' RBI'.
The obverse shows coat of the Arms (Khanjar) and the name of the Sultanate of Oman, CBO name and denomination in Arabic and English.