(1) Indeed, the very term ‘human resources’ (like ‘human capital’) was a coinage of the utilitarian consensus.(2) The fall in silver imports lead to the government minting copper coinage called vellon. 1599 to 1620 saw two decades of vellon production.(3) Louis's coinage may not have influenced the architects of the Euro whose notes and coins began to circulate in January 2002, but this was still a remarkable achievement by this unappreciated Carolingian emperor.(4) In the 1890s the Populist movement demanded stronger government intervention into the economy, including the free and unlimited coinage of silver at a ratio of sixteen to one.(5) The coinage and use of compound words often follow a pattern of development in texts and social situations, usually a sequence that reinforces certain usages and may precipitate others.(6) Strong points or burghs were constructed; control of coinage established; a navy created, and the kingdom divided up into shires and hundreds.(7) Apart from providing the UK's coinage, Royal Mint also produces some of the world's finest coins and provides coinage for more than 100 countries.(8) The point is that Fekete's plan calls for opening up the U.S. Mint for coinage of both gold and silver coins as the Founders intended.(9) the controller of the coinage of tin(10) the recent coinage ‘Eurointellectuals’(11) He became a senator of the Irish Free State in 1922, chairing the committee on the new Irish coinage , and later causing a controversy with his defence of divorce in June 1925.(12) decimal coinage(13) By the fourth century they were one of only four nations in the world, along with Rome, Persia, and the Kushan Kingdom in northern India, to issue gold coinage .(14) Though Norman dukes controlled the coinage in their domain, no new coins had been minted since the time of William's grandfather.(15) Acquiring gold and silver was vital for coinage and, in the late Empire, for official payments in plate and ingots.(16) In c.973 Eadgar designed a new coinage of pennies, which was regularly renewed and remained the basis of the English currency until long after the Conquest.
(1) coinage :: 貨幣
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