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Maundy money

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishMaundy moneyMaun‧dy mon‧ey /ˈmɔːndi ˌmʌni/ noun [uncountable]  specially made coins given each year to poor people by the British queen or king in a traditional ceremony on Maundy Thursday, which is the Thursday before easter
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