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The musician joins Boxer Floyd Mayweather and music producer DJ Khaled as celebrities who’ve been sued by the Wall Street regulator for hyping initial coin offerings.

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However, when the coin is flipped on any other state that is not competitive, the probabilities of all the other states are stable.

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Soon after, officials at the Energy Department began to coin new terms for American LNG, calling it “freedom gas” and “molecules of freedom” as they sought to market it around the world.

For central banks, including the Federal Reserve, a purely digital currency—one not linked to coins or paper bills—would represent a step beyond the existing system of electronic money transfer.

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About the size of a large coin, the device replaces a small chunk of your skull and sits flush with the surrounding skull matter.

Asteroids, at the moment I am writing, is the most popular coin-operated game—video, pinball, or other—in the United States.

Some of the things Lawrence had to alter from the book involved President Coin, played by Julianne Moore.

Americans want to do something about this coin-operated government.

“When you fired your arrow at the force field, you electrified a nation,” President Coin (Julianne Moore) tells her.

She was gambling on a coin toss where somehow “heads, you win” would have been politically more advantageous than “tails, I lose.”

It was a mighty simple transaction, but it produced some startling results for me, that same coin-spinning.

A bezant was a gold coin, originally struck at Byzantium, whence the name.

The soldiers so frequently threw away copper coin given them in change as valueless, that many natives discontinued to offer it.

And putting his hand in his pocket, he drew out a golden coin, and slipped it into Donald's hand.

It was not practicable to deny a legal-tender value to so much Mexican, and Spanish-Philippine coin in circulation.


On this page you'll find 73 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to coin, such as: bread, cash, change, chips, coinage, and copper.

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