Mint

The only member of the mint family Gordon lists in his poisonous plants syllabus is pennyroyal Mentha pulegium.

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

Perfect. A figure that has never been damaged in any way. Used most often in sales descriptions such as MOC (mint on card). MOSC/MISB (mint on sealed card/mint in sealed box) is redundant, because if the packaging is open, the toy is no longer mint. see also: Complete
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Mint

Mentha piperata
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Mint

the place where a coin was created under government authority; the first silver coins in Rome were minted in 269 BCE.
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mint

A manufacturing facility for producing coins.
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Mint

Refreshing herb with a cool aftertaste. Used as a garnish, in Middle Eastern cooking, and lamb dishes.
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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

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

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 (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

<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

• (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

(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

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

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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MINT

The place where a coin or bar was manufactured.BackToTop
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mint

mint, place where legal coinage is manufactured. The name is derived from the temple of Juno Moneta, Rome, where silver coins were made as early as 269 B.C. Mints existed earlier elsewhere, as in Lydia and in Greece; from there coinage was introduced into Italy. The first U.S. mint was established i...
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mint

mint, in botany, common name for members of the Labiatae, a large family of chiefly annual or perennial herbs. Several species are shrubby or climbing forms or, rarely, small trees. Members of the family are found throughout the world, but the chief center of distribution is the Mediterranean region...
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Mint

The process and procedure of making or manufacturing money, both coin and currency. The place designated by law, where money is coined by authority of the government of the United States. The 1st U.S. mint was established by the Act of April 2, 1792, and located at Philadelphia, where, by virtue of sundry acts of congress, it still remains. Oth...
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Mint

Mint is the name given to several herbaceous aromatic plants of the genus Mentha, family Labiatae. They are nearly all perennial, having square stems which bear opposite and simple leaves. They are widely distributed throughout temperate regions; and they abound in resinous dots which contain an essential oil. Mint has an agreeable odour, and parta...
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