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  1. Coined

    of Coin

Anagrams for coined »

  1. dicone

  2. no dice

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of coined in Chaldean Numerology is: 7

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of coined in Pythagorean Numerology is: 5

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  1. RAS CARDO REGGAE:

    ***(C)(P) I COINED THE WORD-FRIENIMICUS- USING THE LATIN I LEARNED IN CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL AT THE SAME TIME WHEN I COINED THE WORD- REGGAE FROM THE WORD STREGGAE. I KNEW FROM AN EARLY AGE THAT LANGUAGES IN LATIN AND GREEK WERE USED BY THE ANCIENTS AND NOW FORMS THE ROOTS OF MANY ENGLISH WORDS. IT HAS HELPED MY ICABULARY AND WORD POWER IMMENSELY. THIS MEANS WHEN A FRIEND BECOMES AN ENEMY AS WHEN AN ENEMY BECOMES A FRIEND. I LEARNED LATIN AND GREEK AT AN EARLY AGE, MOSTLY SELF TAUGHT.

  2. RICARDO(RAS CARDO)SCOTT B.A., M.S.R, J.D.:

    ***(C)(P) I GAVE THE WORLD THE WORD-FRIENIMICUS- WHICH I CREATED AND COINED IN THE SAME VEIN AS THE WORD-REGGAE- FROM STREGGAE. I MASTERED LATIN AND GREEK IN THE SAME VEIN AS PAUL IN THE BIBLE DID. I CAME FROM TRENCH TOWN. I OFTEN WONDERED WHAT THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH WOULD DO TODAY WERE IT NOT FOR THE WRITINGS OF PAUL. MY STREGGAE TO REGGAE HAS REDEFINED JAMAICA. THIS IS TRUTH AND FACT! DO YOU KNOW WHAT FRIENIMICUS MEANS?

  3. Sarah Holding:

    Coined by climate activist Dan Bloom to capture an emergent literary genre dealing with life on Earth after it’s been ravaged by climate change, this [cli-fi] is fast becoming the most exciting and challenging subject area driving YA literature.

  4. Associated Press:

    Even the president himself was not able to offer clarity about what crime was committed. I mean hes talking about people should go to jail. He has coined yet another phrase, Obamagate, to talk about this. And he hasnt talked about what hes talking about, and that doesnt matter sometimes.

  5. Deodatta V. Shenai-Khatkhate:

    The phrase "Survival of the fittest" was first coined by Herbert Spencer in his "Principles of Biology" (1864) after reading Charles Darwin's theory of "natural selection" discussed in "On the Origin of Species" by Darwin - published in the same year. Five years later, Darwin first used Spencer's new phrase "Survival of the fittest" alongside his phrase "natural selection" in his fifth edition of "On the Origin of Species", published in 1869. It's interesting to note that "fittest" is often misconstrued as either the strongest of the species or the most intelligent species, which is neither an accurate description nor the interpretation desired by Darwin in his theory. In actuality, the fittest species is the one that is the most adaptable to change. In other words, those who can become most well adapted to current environment and the changes therein, can have the chance and opportunity to survive. Darwin's theory of natural selection teaches us that it's absolutely important to welcome the change, and manage the change for survival and for becoming the winner. It's really interesting that being the most adaptable to change often outweighs the strength and intelligence factors, contrary to the common understanding of life and the phrase "Survival of the fittest.

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