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MINT. The place designated by law, where money is coined by authority of the government of the United States.
     2. The mint was established by the Act of April 2, 1792, 1 Story's L. U. S. 227, and located at Philadelphia, where, by virtue of sundry acts of congress, it still remains. Act of April 24, 1800, 1 Story, 770; Act of March 3, 1801, 1 Story, 816; Act of May 19, 1828, 4 Sharsw. cont. of Story's L. U. S. 2120.
     3. Below will be found a reference to the acts of congress now in force in relation to the mint. Act of January 18, 1837, 4 Sharsw. cont. of Story, L. U. S. 2120; Act of May 19, 1828, 4 Id. 2120; Act of May 3, 1835; Act of February 13, 1837; Act of March 3, 1849; Act of March 3, 1851, s. 11. Vide Coin; Foreign Coin; Money.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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Next, Minter looks over Mimoso, a critically endangered eastern mountain bongo, a so-called "bleeding antelope" because of the red oil it secretes onto its chestnut-colored coat, to make sure she is, in fact, not bleeding.
There had also been "lost min utes" not captured on CCTV during which Minter claimed Mr Paterson had challenged him to a fight.
Retaining the ushers, security officers and rink crew in Rochester made the transition easier, Minter said, and will give PSE a chance to assess performance and needs.
In his new role, Minter is responsible for assisting the national voluntary services director with a corps of DAV volunteers who, along with DAV Auxiliary volunteers, donate millions of hours per year to volunteer work at Veterans Affairs medical facilities.
District 214 officials said in a news release they picked Minter because of his experience at Prospect and his strong interpersonal skills.
When they awoke at 4:30 a.m., they discovered the trucks had been ransacked, Minter said.
Minter proves as attuned to the history of modern painting as she is to popular culture.
Of course, Minter has, as much as any artist of her generation, found a way to provocatively reorder conventional formulas of desire in order to puncture the sterile idealizations of sexual commodification, so what might seem at first glance to be a kind of capitulation to such formulas is presumably done in the strategic service of coopting and then finally owning them.
That is how it was when Minter and Finnegan went at it at Wembley Pool and the Royal Albert Hall, with the great Harry Carpenter calling the fights for the BBC.
The excuse is that Minter, for all his bright cutting-edge tech-savvy job, has a background that is pure garbage.
Marvellous: The Marvin Hagler Story By Damien & Brian Hughes HARRY Carpenter, Britain's finest boxing commentator, described the aftermath of the fiercesome contest between the then world middleweight champion, Alan Minter, and his challenger, Marvin Hagler, as a low point in his career.