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emit

verb beam, cast out, discharge, eject, eructate, erupt, exhale, exhaust, expel, expend, exude, give forth, give off, give out, gush, hurl, issue, jet, let out, pour forth, pour out, put forth, radiate, secrete, send forth, send out, shed, shoot, spurt, squirt, throw, throw off, throw out
See also: bear, cast, discharge, emanate, enunciate, expel, exude, outpour, project, promulgate, pronounce, publish, remark, send, speak, utter, yield

TO EMIT. To put out; to send forth,
     2. The tenth section of the first article of the constitution, contains various prohibitions, among which is the following: No state shall emit bills of credit. To emit bills of credit is to issue paper intended to circulate through the community for its ordinary purposes, as money, which paper is redeemable at a future day. 4 Pet. R. 410, 432; Story on Const. Sec. 1358. Vide Bills of credit.

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