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circulating medium

n
(Banking & Finance) finance currency serving as a medium of exchange
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cir′culating me`dium


n.
any coin or note passing, without endorsement, as a medium of exchange.
[1790–1800]
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Summary: 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.
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Water passes through a heat exchanger and is never mixed with the circulating media, as opposed to direct systems which shoot outside water directly into the circulating media so temperatures are much harder to control and tools may become contaminated.
In the United States, the government monopoly on the issue of circulating media of exchange resulted from the federal taxation after the Civil War of the notes issued by state-chartered banks, and from the elimination of the supply of government bonds qualifying as backing for notes issued by national banks.
In the earlier definition, inflation is something that happens to the circulating media at a given price level; in the later definition, an inflating currency is defined to exist when it produces a rise in the general price level, as suggested by the quantity theory.