Praktyczny słownik religijny (polsko - angielski), autor: Krzysztof Czekierda. Wersja książkowa słownika dostępna u wydawcy.
minting of money
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This support means that the minting of money this year in banking’s top tier—the latest quarter was Goldman’s most profitable ever—leaves a bad taste.
They are not backed by a single company or government, but their release is tightly controlled, mimicking a central banking system's control over the minting of money.
Neither the Government's traditional monopoly on the minting of money, nor the threat of lost revenue from seigniorage, persuade him that the Government should act.
The emperor also retained authority over the minting of money, as well as the right to grant pardons and quash judicial proceedings.
The coins were made of bronze, and landed Harman in trouble with the British authorities in 1930 for unauthorised minting of money.
An attempt to monopolize the minting of money is seen in Louis IX's ordinance of 1263, though the results contrast rather unfavourably with England.
Increasingly she was associated with her father on official documents, including in the minting of money, granting of fiefdoms and other forms of patronage, and in diplomatic correspondence.
Beginning in 1849, the Oregon Territorial Legislature began meeting and passing laws, with the Provisional Government's laws remaining in effect unless a new law was passed (except a law allowing for minting of money that was set aside by the first territorial governor).