Mint

A place where coins are produced, so they are places of high importance. Examples include Bamburgh and Corbridge - which produced Scottish coins when Northumberland was a Scottish earldom in the 12th century AD. The Durham mint was operated by the Bishop of Durham from the 11th century to the mid-16th century. A further temporary mint was establis...
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MiNT

MiNT (``MiNT is Now TOS``) is a free software alternative operating system kernel for the Atari ST system and its successors. Together with the free system components fVDI (device drivers), XaAES (GUI widgets), and TeraDesk (a file manager), MiNT provides a free TOS compatible replacement OS that is capable of multitasking. MiNT was originally...
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Mint

(from the article `Paris`) Almost next door is the Mint (Hôtel des Monnaies). In this sober late 18th-century building visitors may watch coins being struck and tour a museum ...
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mint

[n] - any north temperate plant of the genus Mentha with aromatic leaves and small mauve flowers 2. [n] - the leaves of a mint plant used fresh or candied 3. [n] - a candy that is flavored with a mint oil 4. [n] - a plant where money is coined by authority of the government 5. [v] - form by stamping, punching, or printing
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Mint

• (v. t.) To invent; to forge; to fabricate; to fashion. • (n.) Any place regarded as a source of unlimited supply; the supply itself. • (v. t.) To make by stamping, as money; to coin; to make and stamp into money. • (n.) A place where money is coined by public authority. • (n.) The name of several aromatic labiate plants, ...
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mint

<botany> The name of several aromatic labiate plants, mostly of the genus Mentha, yielding odouriferous essential oils by distillation. See Mentha. ... Corn mint is Mentha arvensis. Horsemint is M. Sylvestris, and in the United States Monarda punctata, which differs from the true mints in several respects. Mountain mint is any species of the ...
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mint

mint candy noun a candy that is flavored with a mint oil
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mint

(botany) In botany, any aromatic plant of the mint family, widely distributed in temperate regions. The plants have square stems, creeping roots, and spikes of usually pink or purplish flowers. The family includes garden mint (M. spicata) and peppermint (M. piperita...
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mint

(economics) In economics, a place where coins are made under government authority. In Britain, the official mint is the Royal Mint. The Royal Mint also manufactures coinages, official medals, and seals for Commonwealth and foreign countries. For centuries in the Tower of London, the Royal Mint...
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Mint

[candy] A mint is a food item characterized by the presence of mint flavoring or real mint oil, whether it be peppermint oil, spearmint oil, or another natural or artificial source; the sweets are often referred to as `peppermints.` It is possible to obtain these sweets in a sugar-free version. Wintergreen and other oils or flavors are also...
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Mint

[coin] A mint is an industrial facility which manufactures coins for currency. The history of mints correlates closely with the history of coins. In the beginning, hammered coinage or cast coinage were the chief means of coin minting, with resulting production runs numbering as little as the hundreds or thousands. In modern mints, coin dies...
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MINT

[economics] MINT is an acronym referring to the economies of Mexico, Indonesia, Nigeria, and Turkey. The term was originally coined by Fidelity Investments, a Boston-based asset management firm, and was popularized by Jim O`Neill of Goldman Sachs, who had created the term BRIC. The term is primarily used in the economic and financial sphere...
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Mint

[newspaper] Mint is India`s second largest business newspaper published by HT Media Ltd, the Delhi-based media group which also publishes the Hindustan Times. It mostly targets readers who are business executives and policy makers. It is India`s first newspaper to be published in the Berliner format. Mint exclusively carries `WSJ` branded e...
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Mint

[software] Mint is a server-based web analytics tool. It tracks traffic trends, HTTP referrers, and search trends. == See also == ...
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Mint

Mint (mĭnt) noun [ Anglo-Saxon minte , from Latin mentha , Greek mi`nqa , mi`nqh .] (Botany) The name of several aromatic labiate plants, mostly of the genus Mentha , yielding odoriferous essential oils by distillation. See Mentha . �...
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Mint

Mint noun [ Anglo-Saxon mynet money, coin, from Latin moneta the mint, coined money, from Moneta , a surname of Juno, in whose at Rome money was coined; akin to monere to warn, admonish, Anglo-Saxon manian , and to English mind . See Mind , and confer ...
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Mint

Mint transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Minted ; present participle & verbal noun Minting .] [ Anglo-Saxon mynetian .] 1. To make by stamping, as money; to coin; to make and stamp into money. 2. To inve...
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mint

A manufacturing facility for producing coins.
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Mint

A mint is the place where a country's coinage is made and issued under special regulations and with public authority. In England there was formerly a mint in almost every county; the sovereign, barons, bishops, and principal monasteries exercised the right of coining; and it was not until the reign of William III that all the provincial mints were ...
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mint

in botany, any fragrant, strong-scented herb of the Mentha genus, comprising about 25 species of perennial herbs, and certain related genera of the ... [1 related articles]
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mint

in economics, a place where coins are made according to exact compositions, weights, dimensions, and tolerances, usually specified by law.[1 related articles]
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mint

In economics, a place where coins are made under government authority. In Britain, the official mint is the Royal Mint; the US equivalent is the Bureau of the Mint. The UK Royal Mint also...
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Mint

Institution responsible for the manufacture of coinage based at the Tower of London from the late 13th century to the early 19th century
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Mint

Mentha piperata
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mint

mint 1. A place where coins, paper currency, special medals, etc.; are produced under government control or authority. 2. A vast amount; especially, of money: 'He made a mint in oil investments.' 3. In philately with reference to a stamp, being in its original, unused condition. 4. Unused or appearing to be newly made and never used: 'The book wa...
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