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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmintedmint‧ed /ˈmɪntɪd/ adjective  1 newly/freshly minted2 minted food and drinks have mint added to them Serve with minted peas.3 very rich – used especially by young people
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mintedBut its newly minted dual-containment policy may reckon without the Middle East's rare talent for opportunistic alliances.Cray liked to hire talented but newly minted engineers.He's a newly minted law school graduate from Long Island.Two days after the plan was announced, Mr Resende took the newly minted package to creditors in Washington.Some newly minted salesmen and saleswomen have been laid off from other jobs.The twilight sky was lavender and dark enough that Venus was out, hung above a freshly minted sickle moon.
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