(n.) A quoin; a corner or external angle; a wedge. See Coigne, and Quoin.
(n.) A piece of metal on which certain characters are stamped by government authority, making it legally current as money; -- much used in a collective sense.
(n.) That which serves for payment or recompense.
(v. t.) To make of a definite fineness, and convert into coins, as a mass of metal; to mint; to manufacture; as, to coin silver dollars; to coin a medal.
(v. t.) To make or fabricate; to invent; to originate; as, to coin a word.
(v. t.) To acquire rapidly, as money; to make.
(v. i.) To manufacture counterfeit money.
(1) Tactile stimulation of a coin-sized area in a T-2 dermatome consistently triggered a lancinating pain in the ipsilateral C-8 dermatome in a 38-year-old woman.
(2) Heads you 'own it' Ian Read, the Scottish-born accountant who runs the biggest drug firm in the US carries in his pocket a special gold coin, about the size and weight of a £2 piece.
(3) as well as nauseatingly hipster titbits – "They came up with the perfect theme (and coined a new term!
(4) There are no cases Money could uncover of people convicted for slipping a dodgy £1 into a vending machine or palming one off to their newsagent, but criminal gangs have been jailed for manufacturing fake coins.
(5) These include 250 pieces of Greek and Roman pottery and sculpture, and 1,500 Greek and Ottoman gold, silver and bronze coins.
(6) The #putyourwalletsout phrase was coined by Sydney-based Twitter user Steve Lopez, who accompanied it with a photo of his wallet.
(7) For Bond fans, this is the best Christmas present – the return of James Bond and classic elements of the series with yet another classic title coined by Ian Fleming,” said Ajay Chowdhury of the James Bond International Fan Club .
(8) A 49-year-old man was operated for coin lesion detected on routine chest X-ray.
(9) Lavoisier subsequently coined the word "oxy-gène."
(10) Soon my pillowcases bore rusty coins of nasal drippage.
(11) The chest X-ray film revealed a coin lesion in the right upper lung field (S1), the same segment as the previous pneumonia.
(12) If the eye shielding block cannot be placed at the optimal shielding point, a simple coin placed on the eye lid surface will also reduce the lens dose substantially when a regular eye shielding block is placed on the blocking tray (Lin's coin effect).
(13) Her companion, a man in his fifties, also refused to give his name to the “Lugen Presse” (liar press, a term coined by the Nazis and frequently chanted at Pegida events), but is quick to add: “We’ve nothing against helping foreigners in need, like those poor people in Syria, but we should be helping them in their own country, not bringing them over here.” The demonstrations feel like an invitation for anyone to voice any grievance.
(14) In 1761, while still an apprentice surgeon, he made his discovery of the unique and bizarre cause--compression of the oesophagus by an aberrant right subclavian artery--of a fatal case of 'obstructed deglutition' for which he coined the term 'dysphagia lusoria' and for which he is eponymously remembered.
(15) A 58-year-old woman was referred to the Fukuoka University Hospital because a coin lesion approximately 5 cm in diameter was detected in the right lower lobe of the lung by routine roentgenographic examination.
(16) Kettering didn't let the matter lie - after all, clubs like Bayern Munich had been coining it in on the continent for years - and so, with Derby and Bolton, they put forward a proposal to the FA regarding shirt sponsorship.
(17) Rodgers' team took the lead from their first corner when Suárez – pelted with coins from the away section that he handed to referee Martin Atkinson – swept to the near post.
(18) In the Russian gallery, for example, the courageous Vadim Zakharov presents a pointed version of the Danaë myth in which an insouciant dictator (of whom it is hard not to think: Putin) sits on a high beam on a saddle, shelling nuts all day while gold coins rain down from a vast shower-head only to be hoisted in buckets by faceless thuggish men in suits.
(19) Bronchial cysts usually occur centrally near the mediastinum, but may present as a peripheral "coin" lesion requiring distinction from other causes of coin lesions of the lung.
(20) Using a small silicon microchip in a USB, a 'lab on a chip' as it has been coined, DNA data can be analysed within minutes and outside a laboratory.
(n.) An old Anglo Saxon coin both of gold and silver, and of variously estimated values. The silver mancus was equal to about one shilling of modern English money.