Robert Matthews, the former Royal Mint assay master - the most senior coin tester - said: "If the number keeps increasing at this rate, there will come a point when the Treasury has to decide whether to remint
Classic manifestations of the scarcity of small change appear in this period: attempts by the government to ban the export of fractional money; extreme difficulties in persuading the population to remint low-quality, low-denomination coins; and the development of imperfect substitutes for use in payment of small transactions are among the main ones being reviewed.
At that time, the king issued an order to collect and remint all the macuquina in the colonies.
Also note under the overlapping generations structure, old debtors always prefer to remint
under condition (32), since they cannot consume after their second period of life.
Even if little of the sun's gold emerges as a return on Knott's downpaid coin, however, I see such poems as gleaming yields on his lifetime investment; he made malleability valuable under the grotesque's imprint and now remints
it with a fairer face.
In this comparison, Luke emerges looking like a Hellenistic Jew who remints
the coin of Hellenistic Jewish narrative.
The immense influence of the Old Testament on Revelation is universally recognized, but it is frequently asserted that John never actually quotes Scripture; rather that he uses the Scriptures as a source of language and images which he remints
, as a prophet, under his own inspiration, rather than reinterpreting it as an exegete with respect to the original context and meaning.