remint

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re·mint

 (rē-mĭnt′)
tr.v. re·mint·ed, re·mint·ing, re·mints
To make into new coin by melting down and reprocessing.

remint

(riːˈmɪnt)
vb (tr)
to mint again; to melt (existing coins) to make new coins

remint


Past participle: reminted
Gerund: reminting

Imperative
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Present
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Preterite
I reminted
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Present Continuous
I am reminting
you are reminting
he/she/it is reminting
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you are reminting
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Present Perfect
I have reminted
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we have reminted
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Past Continuous
I was reminting
you were reminting
he/she/it was reminting
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you were reminting
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Past Perfect
I had reminted
you had reminted
he/she/it had reminted
we had reminted
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Future
I will remint
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he/she/it will remint
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Future Perfect
I will have reminted
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Future Continuous
I will be reminting
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Present Perfect Continuous
I have been reminting
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you have been reminting
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Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been reminting
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Past Perfect Continuous
I had been reminting
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we had been reminting
you had been reminting
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Conditional
I would remint
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Past Conditional
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Terrorist groups left a number of dead or wounded members behind and pulled the reminting pockets of their forces back from the battlefield.
Rather, it is a matter of doing something with it, a piracy which does not just involve collecting treasures, but reminting the coins, adding the pirate's own stamp, and making them available to others by recirculating them, for free, a type of piracy which conciliates appropriation and conviviality--RAM, access and streaming logic by someone who does actually watch, listen, or read what he or she acquires, and does not merely accumulate for accumulation's sake, but enjoys the material.
11) In this manner businesses would have been encouraged to return worn coins to the mint for reminting.
In a succession of site-specific, promenade opera performances in abandoned factories, banks and ice-rinks (as well as underneath a canal bridge and in a tent), international opera director Graham Vick has found Birmingham a place to experiment in ways of using community performers (in collaboration with professionals) to make grand opera accessible to a multicultural Birmingham audience; a project which culminates this autumn in a Birmingham reminting of his highly-praised Verona amphitheatre production of Verdi's Traviata, again with a strong local performance component, at the National Indoor Arena.
Furthermore, some of these proposals included the imposition of a steep proportional tax upon reminting.
The process of melting and reminting is subject to the same transactions costs as other "external" transactions.
27) Debtors will do this if they are left with more rixdollars after reminting than before, i.
is the number of coins after reminting, which is equivalent to requiring that the minting point of the new rixdollar exceed the melting point of the old,
Following a debasement, people often chose to hold back full-weight coins and export them (possibly for reminting into debased coin).
I'm sure most taxpayers would like to have a roll of dimes sent to them rather than wasting millions on reminting the coin.
The scudo naturally drove out the old coins, and presumably reminting and debasing of old gold permitted the Florentines to increase the supply of money in a difficult decade.
Hammer made its blood money reminting the classic Universal pictures in color and with more cleavage.