Is mint a fruit?
yes it is a fruit
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Answer . In the U.S. a mint mark is usually one letter, sometimes two,indicating which mint produced a coin. The current US mint marksare: . P for Philadelphia, D for Denver S for San Francisco (for proof coins only) W for West Point (for commemoratives and gold only*) . Until recently most coins… from Philadelphia did not have amintmark so you may find many older coins lacking mint marks. Datesfor the P mint mark are: . > 1942-45 : "war nickels" > 1979-present : dollars > 1980-present : nickels, quarters, dimes, halves . Philadelphia cents do not have a mint mark. *With the exception of the 1996 Roosevelt Dime issued from the WestPoint Mint. This was included in the Mint's Uncirculated Set forthat year, and it commemorates the 50th anniversary of this cointype's debut. In addition to its novelty as the only dime bearing a'W' mintmark, the West Point location is not far from the RooseveltEstate at Hyde Park where the late FDR and wife Eleanor were laidto rest. Mint Marks on Older Coins . S for San Francisco circulating coins 1854-1955, also somenickels and cents 1968-74 C for Charlotte, NC 1838-1861 CC for Carson City, NV 1870-1893 D for Dahlonega, GA 1838-1861 O for New Orleans, LA 1838-1861 and 1879-1909 Mint Marks on Coins from Other Countries . Other countries have different practices for indicating where acoin was struck. If there is only a single mint, they may followthe old U.S. practice of not placing any mint mark on their coins,or they may use mint marks only for branch/subsidiary mints, or allcoins may carry marks. There may even be coded mint marks orsymbols instead of letters. Some examples: . U.K: No mint mark for most coins from theprimary mint; H = Heaton, KN = Kings Norton . Canada: No mint mark for coins from the Ottawamint up till 1995; "M" beginning in 1996; H on some older coinsminted at England's Heaton mint. . Australia: Older coins used either a letter ora strategically-placed dot to indicate what mint struck each coin;the dot's location within the coin's design was different for eachmint. . Germany: All coins carry mint marks. Unlikemost other countries, mint marks are sequential letters based onwhen a particular mint was established rather than being an initialof the city. Current active mints are: A: Berlin D: MÃ¼nchen F: Stuttgart G: Karlsruhe J: Hamburg Mint Mark Locations . It's impossible to give a simple description of where to lookfor a mint mark without knowing a coin's date and denomination, andsometimes even that information isn't enough. Mint marks are oftenworked into some inconspicuous place in the design, but in recentyears the practice in more and more countries is to make the mintmark more obvious. For example, in 1968 the U.S. moved mint marksfrom the back sides of most coins to a more prominent place on thefront; in the 1980s the size of the letters was increased makingthem even more visible. ( Full Answer )
Question: . Which gum last longer? Answer: . The gum flavor that last the longest for me is Doublemint. It tastes really good. One time I feel asleep with a piece of it in my mouth and when I woke up the gum was still juicy. I was like that is so AWESOME!!!!! . Question 2. Which gu…m last longer juicy fruit or doublemint gum? . I will try to test bot h of my gum juicy fruit and doublemint gum to she it is true if doublemint is juicyer than any kind of gum and if it long last in your mouth and i will test my data. How did you know that doublemint is the lastest longer flavor between juicy fruyt kuz 2 meh duhh lungest gum ever iz stride or 5 gum nd extra Yeah 5 gum has the longest lasting flavor ( Full Answer )
Fruit is a plant. some have seeds and some don't. Usually you would peel the skins off
The Warden of the Mint was in principle the highest ranking officer of the Royal Mint of Great Britain, having oversight over its operations and physical plant by virtue of a royal warrant.
It's not clear what you mean. Are you referring to a coin in mint condition, or the facility where coins are manufactured? Please post a new question with more details.
Fruits are the ovaries of flowering plants, and the means by which flowering plants disseminate seeds. Many fruits have developed to propagate by having animals eat them and then deposit the seeds far from the original plant. Humans and many animals depend on fruits as a source of food. Technically,… fruit includes bean pods, nuts, seeds, and cereal grains, but for culinary purposes, fruits are eaten for their flesh. ( Full Answer )
Mints are generally white because most sugar-based hard candies arewhite until a colored shell or coloring is added. Mint itself isactually green (the herb) but the oil is clear or opaque incoloring.
Minted describes the process by which a coin is made. A (rough) synonym is struck . Coins only are minted. All US paper currency is printed at one of two places. One place is Ft. Worth Texas the other place is Washington DC.
The Royal mint is located in Llantrisant in south Wales, its where all the money for Britain, and the British overseas territories is produced.
1. A mint could be any kind of mint flavoured sweets (candy in U.S.) 2. A Mint is also the name for the factory that makes coins and medals.
The mint is the place where the coin was made. In the US there are several. If the coin has a D next to the date, it was minted in Denver. S is for San Francisco.
The bubbling action that occurs from dropping a mentos into a diet coke occurs because the high quantities of carbon dioxide held within the soda react with the candy. The candy's shell is actually comprised of many extremely small pits in which the CO 2 forms in a process called nucleation. The… diet coke has 7 times more CO 2 than can be easily dissolved into water at regular atmospheric pressures. Increasing the pressure on the liquid allows it to dissolve more CO 2 . This CO 2 , once released from its high pressure tank is trying to escape its watery prison. With the addition of the mentos, the opportunity of a lifetime presents itself, and all of the CO 2 escapes the water in a short amount of time often with explosive results. The only difference that could be ascertained would be that the fruit mentos lack the same number of pits available with the mint mentos, resulting in a slower release of CO 2 , which in turn causes a smaller explosion. ( Full Answer )
The Denver mint is one of the two places in the U.S. wherecirculating coins are minted. It was started in 1863 and is stillin operation today making all denominations of circulating coins. For its first 46 years, the Denver mint was only an assay office inthe Clark, Gruber, and Company Bank Building…. Miners brought ingold dust and nuggets to be melted and cast into bars. By 1895 theplace was booming, bringing in more that $5.6 million in gold andsilver deposits. In 1904 the government decided to convert it intoa working mint, and built a much bigger building. In 1906, itsfirst year in operation, it produced over 167 million gold andsilver coins. Today the mint can produce over 50 million coins aday. The two other mints are San Francisco and West Point. San Franciscomakes proof coins, and West Point makes commemorative and bullioncoins. ( Full Answer )
you can get coins from the mint by ordering the coins through the us mints web site follow this link www.usmint.gov.
A fruit is grown by a plant/tre and contains a seed(s). The fruit will normally be tasty and if eaten by an animal will be excreted in healthy dung which will act as nutriens.
You look at the mint mark. If it is a D, then it is Denver, if it is a S, then it is San Fransisco, if it is a P, it is a Philadelphia. US Coins carry a mark to identify the mint.
US mint set were minted for sale to collectors. It provided a defined set separate from the standard business strikes.
The Royal Mint is now located in Llantrisant, Wales, and is responsible for producing all of England's circulating coins plus the coinage of many other countries.
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Fruits are generally turned into jams/jelly/chutneys and other preserves. You must follow an exact recipe and process in order for them to set up correctly and to prevent bacteria growth. I recommend buying the BALL canning book and kit. You can also dry fruits as a healthy alternative using a food …dehydrator. ( Full Answer )
Mentha, which is the Greek term for Mint, has between 13 and 18varieties depending on which source you are reading. The plant isaromatic. What is in mint is a fragrant oil calledmenthol which has been used as a food additive, inmedicine, drugs, aromatherapy, and has been used as a biologicalinsect…icide. ( Full Answer )
It is the glossy sheen reflected from the surface of a coin. It comes from the flow of metal that occurs when the blank is smashed by the striking dies and the metal flows into the details of the striking dies. At the time of minting, the luster is at its strongest, but may fade over time, become di…scolored, or spotted. When a coin gets circulated, the first thing to wear off the coin is the mint luster. ( Full Answer )
Mint is used in many drinks and foods. Mint jelly is a very popularaccompaniment for lamb dishes. Mint is muddled to make Mint Juleps,the official drink of the Kentucky Derby. It is also popularcombined with chocolate in drinks, cookies, and especiallyChristmas confections. Dried mint leaves steeped… in boiling watermakes a relaxing tea. ( Full Answer )
In popular culture, the phrase "rubbing mint" has come to mean "wasting time." A group of clever Romanians took the idea of this phrase and ran with it, creating a whole organization, the Romanian Mint Rubbing Association, dedicated to the concept. According to the Romanian Mint Rubbing Association,… mint rubbing is a "time and life management technique" that millions of people around the world participate in. The scent is supposed to give rubbers a sense of calm and peace that allows them to open their mind, relax and get away from the problems of their day. Mint rubbers are supposed to find time each day to sit with ground mint and rub it between their fingers. Others might go further and rub whole-leaf mint on various parts of their body. ( Full Answer )
Pillow mints are small, square, pastel-colored pieces of mint candy that are somewhat puffed up in the shape of pillows. Some fancy restaurants have them as small after-dinner sweets. People also use them as little gifts for parties or weddings.
why not? you can buy mints pretty much anywhere... they are good to eat :)
Mint is a plain, old green plant with leaves. If you squish the leaves with your fingers, you get a delightful strong odor of mint.
depending on wear and condition anywhere between a few hundred to $5-$600 depending on where you sell, ive collected the series and find them sometimes as low as $30-$40 a goblet and $100 for bowl hope that helps
Mint in any form is considered an alkaline herb. The herb has longbeen used to conteract acid complaints of the digestive system.
two or three mint leaves that are still attached. the mint sprig is used mainly for decoration.
In the USA mint is found most often in beverages, candies and desserts. As for main dishes, I believe it is most often paired with lamb.
If you mean why does " your fruit tree have no fruit " than it's either the tree requires another fruit tree to pollinate it or trees take time to mature before bearing fruits.
NO, it is not a mint. Lavender is an herb used for scents, soaps, and cooking.
The mint plant has been proven to aid digestion. Drinking mint tea after a meal can reduce the chances of indigestion.
I don't think you can because it doesn't have really much to get to your bloodstream. You can really like them and always want to have them, but it isn't physically needed by your body to have mints once you start eating them, unlike smoking, etc.
there are several things you can do with fruit. you could: -eat it -sell it -give it -draw a doodle on it -make a fruits basket
I depends if you gum with sugar its not really the gum flavor its sugar and the sugar will rotten your teeth so for now you might wanna stick to winter fresh or wintergreen.
The English word "mint" is first noted in the 8th century. It was acontinuation of the Latin "menta" and Greek "minthe" which aretheir names for the plant. It is thought that this word has an evenolder history, but it has been lost in time.
On Your Mint Carton Or Wrapper The Company's Name Or Address , Etc. Will Be On It And It Will Lead You To The Officials. Be cause Each Mint Its Its Own Thing. Yah Know?? Sooo,,, like Yeahhh !! :0 Your Welcome Hope It Was Helpful !!
Anyone can become Minted designer all you have to do is follow a few steps to become one. First you will have to think of a design and then make it known to people so that it will sell.
There are no english words that sound like 'mint' and are spelled differently. Mynt is not a proper english word, and 'meant' is pronouced differently.
Mint has two forms. There's the mint used in food and the mint thatmakes money. . Mint: first used in 1540 from the word "minter" which means"one who stamps coins to create money" which was first used in theearly 12th century. . Mint: aromatic herb from Old English "minte" used in the 8thcentury.… The Latin and Greek words "menta" or "mentha" are theirwords for the palnt. ( Full Answer )
yes, it's the south sydney bullion - to quote from their page : SSB will buy back all products manufactured by us. they do however, have distributors all over the world.
A mint is a factory where coins are made. The US has four currently-operating mints: P: Philadelphia (no mint mark on most coins before 1980) D: Denver (since 1906) S: San Fransisco (circulating coins till 1955, some 1968-74; proof coins since 1968) W: West Point (commemorative and bullion …coins only) Four other mints are now closed. These were: C: Charlotte (gold coins only, 1838-1861) D: Dahlonega (gold coins only, 1838-1861) CC: Carson City (1870-1893) O: New Orleans (1838-1861 and 1870-1909) ( Full Answer )
There are many different fruits(fruite). A fruit is defined as a sweet, fleshy product of a tree or plant with a seed inside. To know which of the following is not a fruit we would need to have the list of options.
Mint that has been bruised (mashed) to a certain degree by amuddler (a tool that works like a pestle, but only for bartending)which releases its oils and aromas.
No, the flavour has no effect on antacid drug. It contains the same active ingredient in Fruit flavor or in Mint flavor. It is a personal choice.
Fruit contain seeds within the body of the fruit, like watermelon, strawberries and tomatoes. Other vegetables have seeds that grow separately, like grain (the seed _IS_ the edible part) or which grow on top of the plant like asparagus.
The fruit is that comes from trees that continue to give fruits seasonally while the trees are still alive and available.
Mint is a green-leafed plant; it gets its food by drawing nutrientsand moisture from the soil via its roots and combining them withnitrogen from the air via photosynthesis.