COINE - What does COINE stand for? The Free Dictionary
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base coines (which were currant here before her dayes) into perfect gold
coines of Gold currant within the Queenes Majesties Dominions of 12 October 1587 designated penetration to be the fate assigned false pieces.
Louis Post-Dispatch reported in 1998 that "John Coines has shuttered his Upper Crust restaurant [in the Central West End] .
Charles East (9-8-4), which trailed 3-0 early in the second half, began its rally when senior Colin Coines shot trickled across the goal line to make it 3-1 with 25:28 remaining.
Las hablas y los sujetos sociales pertenecen a determinadas coines historicas que conforman modalidades del sujeto discursivo como la que Butler identifica en el trasfondo de las expresiones racistas: