"Flip five coins and hope they all come up the same," I cautioned.
She lifted both coins and looked down.
She squeezed the coins in her hand.
I kicked in more coins to our marriage than Paul ever did.
The old man, Liam, had fed her and given her a handful of euro coins before putting her on the ferry.
Dean figured, This bitch isn't going to let go of these newly discovered century-old coins without a hell of a fight.
"I hope you're not going to try and tell me these coins are yours," she snapped to Fred.
She then pushed the three smaller denomination coins across the coffee table toward Fred.
I collected coins when I was younger.
I spent my last coins calling you!
He located a public telephone and, with a pocketful of coins, he commenced dialing.
Dean spent a pocket full of coins before he found the one housing the person for whom he was searching.
Megan dug some coins and her calling card from her purse.
To these may be added the industrial museum, the cabinet of coins, the museum of natural history, the collection of majolica vases in the new palace, and the Wurttemberg museum of antiquities.
That culture was naturally Aramaic; they wrote a letter to Antigonus "in Syriac letters," and Aramaic continued to be the language of their coins and inscriptions when the tribe grew into a kingdom, and profited by the decay of the Seleucids to extend its borders northward over the more fertile country east of the Jordan.
The mines were known to the Carthaginians, as discoveries of lamps, coins, &c. (now in the museum at Cagliari), testify.
3 The Pisan workings are only distinguished from the Roman by the character of the small objects (lamps, coins, &c.) found in them.
Centuries ago, North America saw a shortage of small coins, so large ones were cut into bits to circulate as small change.
Indeed, by standing on tiptoe I could catch a glimpse of some of the peaks of the still bluer and more distant mountain ranges in the northwest, those true-blue coins from heaven's own mint, and also of some portion of the village.
But as the last two days had been very warm, like an Indian summer, the ice was not now transparent, showing the dark green color of the water, and the bottom, but opaque and whitish or gray, and though twice as thick was hardly stronger than before, for the air bubbles had greatly expanded under this heat and run together, and lost their regularity; they were no longer one directly over another, but often like silvery coins poured from a bag, one overlapping another, or in thin flakes, as if occupying slight cleavages.
Rostov took the money and, mechanically arranging the old and new coins in separate piles, began counting them.