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CIRCULATING MEDIUM. By this term is understood whatever is used in making payments, as money, bank notes, or paper which passes from hand to hand in payment of goods, or debts.

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BEIRUT: Hezbollah Secretary-General Sayyed Hasan Nasrallah Monday denied a widely circulating media report that he had warned of a likely war with Israel this summer.
in which Mm is the mass of sampled media, Mc is the mass of sampled coal solids (plus 28 mesh only), Ic is the estimated density of the coal solids, and Im is the density of the circulating media. Mm can be calculated by subtracting the Mc from the total mass of original slurry sample (media and solids).
The quality of the circulating media can have a large influence on HMC performance.
Media bleed systems that divert media from only the clean coal circuit will tend to create a circulating media that is coarser.
However, the level of contamination that is acceptable varies greatly depending on the SG of the circulating media, i.e., higher levels of contamination are generally desirable for low SG separations to promote media stability, while the same level of contamination would be detrimental for separations conducted at a higher SG.
"Laissez Faire Banking and Circulating Media of Exchange." Journal of Financial Intermediation 2 (June): 134-67.
It also became harder for refugees already residing in Egypt, since Morsi's ouster was followed by widely circulating media reports that accused Syrians of siding with the Muslim Brotherhood and taking part in their sit-ins.
It was assumed that any banning of the CD would be grounded in Article 75 of the 1962 Lebanese Law for distribution of print media, which prohibits "circulating media that diverges from public decency and morality, or is at odds with nationalistic or religious beliefs."
The statement added that the deal, contrary to circulating media reports, was a comprehensive arrangement rather than one only relating to the U.N.-backed court, which is widely expected to point the finger at Hezbollah members in Rafik Hariri's assassination