Without a first-hand inspection, it's impossible to tell what you have. It could be an impossibly rare mint error, or a coin altered after it left the mint.
I suggest you check out the show list on http://www.anacs.com to see if the ANACS service will be in your area in the near future. If so, you can take your coin to the show and get a free professional appraisal from them.
If not, check out http://www.coinshows.com to see if there are any shows in your area, where you could get a first-hand appraisal from a dealer.
The reversed lettering could indicate that you could have what's called a brockage error. Brockages occur when a coin fails to leave the press and stays in while the next blank is fed in. The first coin then acts like a die, except that it already has positive images on it so they're pressed backwards onto the second coin. Brockage errors can be moderately valuable. For example Jefferson nickel brockages are quoted at roughly $50 retail by MintErrorNews.
However there are also fake brockage errors made by manually hammering a one coin onto another so I'd definitely second Dan's advice to get an in-person appraisal.
CD = Cross direction MD = Machine direction
The shadow faces the opposite direction from where the light is coing from.
md means polymer orientation in machine direction & td means the same in transverse direction.
Backwards K's are for a strikeout looking (not swinging the bat).
Because of the definition of addition and subtraction. When looking at a real number line: when you add you move to the left or up, when you add the opposite of a number you move in the opposite direction.
So everyone would start looking for his body in the opposite direction than the way he was going.
Looking back and into the future.
Looking is backwards. A looking strikeout is subjective to the home plate umpire that night. A swinging strikeout is objective. No doubt that he missed on that third strike; that's a K. K=swinging forward. Backwards K=looking backwards at the umpire and being K'ed
The "K" is placed backwards in cases where the batter strikes out looking.
someone looking backwards
The earth's rotation's only effect on the view of the stars is the direction you're looking in when you look in the sky. Thus, during the day, you're looking "at the sun," and at night, you're looking "away from the sun." This is also dependent on the earth's position in it's orbit around the sun, because depending on the time of year, the sun's light obscures different stars from our view, and looking "away from the sun" means looking in one direction in winter, and in the opposite direction in summer.
The opposite phrase you're looking for is "the decrease."
you can feel someone's looking at you but you're looking in a different direction because your corner eye (s) could see them looking at you or its instinct
they are not good looking you weirdo they are only going in 1 direction DOWN!
guapo is good-looking in spanish so the opposite of good-looking is ugly which would be feo in spanish
GRR TV - 2005 Looking Backwards 2-27 was released on: USA: 9 July 2006
It's the opposite direction of the normal rotation of the hands of a clock. Looking at a clock face, the hands travel over the numbers 1,2,3,4 etc - counter-clockwise they's move in the reverse direction - 4,3,2,1 etc.
The opposite of Exterior is Interior... :) Is that what you were looking for? Hope I helped xXx
First look up and down each row for the letter the word starts with. Then, if you find a match, look at the letters that seem to form a box around that single letter. If you find another mach, keep going straight in that direction, until you find a different letter, or the word you were looking for.
When the skid happens you will naturally turn your head to look where the car is going, The direction you are looking is the direction of the skid, you are looking to the right, it is a right hand skid.
Tonight, at midnight, you're in the middle of the night side of the earth. The sun is behind you, the earth is between you and the sun, and it's dark. You look up in the sky and you see some stars and constellations. Six months from today, the earth has carried you halfway around its orbit, and you're on the other side of the sun. "Night" faces in the opposite direction. Where are those same stars now ? They're straight in the direction of the sun! "Night" faces in the opposite direction now. And now, when you go out and look at the midnight sky, you're looking in completely the opposite direction from where you were looking six months ago. No wonder you're seeing different stars!
Friction exerts a force opposite the direction of the object's motion. For example, if you were pushing an object to the right (looking from a side view) the friction would be facing left.
there are trees that point in the direction you have to go. old spookey looking ones You're right, but you need to go the opposite direction the Fourth tree is pointing. So if you did what's above and it didn't work, this is why.
All you have to do is skip backwards in place while looking awesome.