COINS


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AcronymDefinition
COINSCoinsurance
COINSCommunity Online Intelligence Network System
COINSCenter of Integrated Nanomechanical Systems (University of California, Berkeley)
COINSCommunications and Information Systems
COINSCorporate Information Superhighway (Telekom Malaysia)
COINSConstruction Industry Solutions Ltd
COINSCommunity On-Line Intelligence System
COINSCorporate Information Network System
COINSCommerce Online Information Network System
COINSCommercial Operations Integrated System
COINSComputer Output Information System
COINSConsolidated On-Line Intelligence System
COINSConnection-Oriented Network Services
COINSCommunity of Interest Network Service
COINSConsumer On-Line Information Network Service (Canada)
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"You know Colombo, and how the native boys dive for coins in the shark-infested bay.
"One summer afternoon, when I had promised to go shrimping along the sands with Philip, I was waiting rather impatiently in the front drawing-room, watching Arthur handle some packets of coins he had just purchased and slowly shunt them, one or two at a time, into his own dark study and museum which was at the back of the house.
They have also a small gold coin worth two dollars.
He began trifling with the new set of coins and the little brushes immediately; languidly looking at them and admiring them all the time he was speaking to me.
* An ancient copper coin, the forty-fourth part of a sou or the twelfth part of a farthing.
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.
Ah, only makes a sign to the sign and bows himself; there is a sun on the coin --fire worshipper, depend upon it.
If there is a discount on that coin, I am sorry, but I am not going to make it good.
His hand was under the coat for but a moment, yet those quick, deft fingers had felt of each coin, and found and discarded the fatal piece.
All this old and new silver being melted down and coined, the result was an immense amount of splendid shillings, sixpences, and threepences.
In dealing with humanity's inquiry, the science of history up to now is like money in circulation- paper money and coin. The biographies and special national histories are like paper money.
To coin Money, regulate the Value thereof, and of foreign Coin, and fix the Standard of Weights and Measures;