A stamp in the same state as issued by a post office: unused, undamaged and with full original gum (if issued with gum) Over time, handling, light and atmospheric conditions may affect the mint state of stamps
If you say that something is in mint condition, you mean that it is in perfect condition. to make a coin. In botany, any strong-scented herb of the genus Mentha, composed of about 25 species of perennial herbs, and certain related genera of the mint family (Lamiaceae, or Labiatae), which contains about 3,500 species of flowering plants in about 160 genera. Mints are important to humans as herb plants useful for flavour, fragrance, and medicinal properties. True mints have square stems, oppositely arranged aromatic leaves. Small flowers usually pale purple, pink, or white, are arranged in clusters, either forming separate whorls or crowded together in a terminal spike. All Mentha species contain volatile oil in resinous dots in the leaves and stems. Included in this genus are peppermint, spearmint, marjoram, rosemary, and thyme; other members of the mint family include lavender, hyssop, and catnip. In economics, a place where coins are made according to exact compositions, weights, and dimensions, usually specified by (Hukuk) The first state mint was probably established by the Lydians in the 7th century BC. The art spread through the Aegean Islands into Italy and other Mediterranean countries, as well as to Persia and India. The Romans laid the foundations of modern minting standards. Coining originated independently in China in the 7th century BC and spread to Japan and Korea. In medieval Europe, mints proliferated as every feudal authority kings, counts, bishops, and free cities exercised the mint privilege; the wide variation in coinage that resulted often handicapped commerce. Most countries now operate only one mint, though the U.S. has two active mints, in Philadelphia and Denver. Proof sets of coins for coin collectors are minted in San Francisco. Countries not large or prosperous enough to establish a national mint have their coins struck in foreign mints. Many mints perform functions other than minting, notably refining precious metals and manufacturing medals and seals. See also currency, money
A truly "mint" bottle has no chips, cracks, or dings, and is also free of easily visible stain and case wear Light content residue (unless distracting) or base wear is not considered damaging in any way and bottles with these conditions may be described as "mint"
Type: Herb (leaves or flakes) Description: Peppermint and spearmint are two of the most popular kinds of the 30 or more varieties that exist Flavor: Strong, sweet, cool aftertaste Uses: Beverages, desserts, lamb, sauces, soups
This term has come to be widely used when referring to a stein which is "in the same condition as it left the factory" Unfortunately, that allows the existence of firing lines, smudges, bubbles, even torn decals Make no mistake - these are defects, and depending upon their location and severity, they can be very distracting Although there is no widespread agreement, the term "perfect" seems like a natural choice to describe a stein which is not only mint, but without flaw
a plant where money is coined by authority of the government a candy that is flavored with a mint oil the leaves of a mint plant used fresh or candied any north temperate plant of the genus Mentha with aromatic leaves and small mauve flowers form by stamping, punching, or printing; "strike coins"; "strike a medal
the condition of a model or box This is quite an exacting standard and strictly refers to models with no chips or scratches and no faded parts Boxes must be uncreased, unfaded with no tares to be described as mint A less exacting standard is 'factory fresh'
A subjective term used to describe the condition of a piece of petroliana, usually suggesting significantly-better-than-average Synonyms include "fine", "excellent", and "high-grade " The reverse is not always true; excellent is rarely as good as mint, and "high-grade gasoline" most definitely isn't mint!
Mint is beneficial for treating the skin and increasing its natural defenses Mint is useful for treating acne and blemished skin because of its antiseptic qualities Mint oil is also known for reducing swelling and aiding detoxification
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