COIN


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AcronymDefinition
COINCounter Insurgency
COINCounterinsurgency Operations
COINCoordination, Organizations, Institutions, and Norms in Agent Systems (workshop)
COINCommunity of Interest Network
COINConference on Optical Internet
COINCentro de Orientacion e Investigacion Integral (Spanish: Center for Integrated Research and Training; Dominican Republic)
COINCounterinsurgency Aircraft
COINClinical Oncology Information Network
COINCounty of Oxford Integrated Network
COINCommunity Online Information Network
COINCoalition of Independent Nationals (Fiji political party)
COINConflict of Interest/Noticeboard (Wikipedia)
COINComposite Organic-Inorganic Nanoparticle
COINClient Oriented Information System (Colorado Department of Human Services’ eligibility database)
COINCustomer Order and Invoicing System
COINCoat of Invisible Notes (audio-visual research)
COINComposites Optimized by Infusion through Nanotubes
COINCalifornia Organization Investment Network (Sacramento, CA)
COINCo-Operative Bank Information Network
COINCollaborative Innovation Network (various organizations)
COINCenter of Influence Networking
References in classic literature ?
The punishment of counterfeiting the public securities, as well as the current coin, is submitted of course to that authority which is to secure the value of both.
Again she held the coin before his eyes, dazzling him with the vastness of its value.
As I ran down the streets to the sea, the coin clenched tight in my fist, I felt all the Roman Empire on my back as well as the Carstairs pedigree.
If there is a discount on that coin, I am sorry, but I am not going to make it good.
Then William Cecil Clayton, Lord Greystoke, removed his hand from beneath the coat, and with a coin tight pressed within his palm where none might see it, he looked at Jane Porter.
Phoebus counted the coins, and turning towards Jehan with solemnity, "Do you know, Jehan, that there are three and twenty sous parisis
Once when the waiter was about to depart with an empty tray, the man drew a coin from his pocket and held it forth.
He threw out a gold coin for the valet to pick up, and all the heads craned forward that all the eyes might look down at it as it fell.
agents de change = stockbrokers; napoleon = gold coin worth twenty francs}
Hollis advanced towards Karain, who stood up as if startled, and then, holding the coin up, spoke in Malay.
These coins being scarce, the people were often forced to barter their commodities instead of selling them.
Placed amid the other rare and beautiful objects on a large round table near him, was a dwarf cabinet in ebony and silver, containing coins of all shapes and sizes, set out in little drawers lined with dark purple velvet.