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The E-Sylum:  Volume 4, Number 8, February 18, 2001, Article 9

ANOTHER VOCABULARY WORD: ANNULAR 

   Paul Gilkes, in an article on holed U.S. pattern coins, uses 
   the words "annular" and "annulated" to describe the holed 
   pieces.  From the online Merriam Webster dictionary 
   (http://www.m-w.com): 

      Etymology: Middle French or Medieval Latin; Middle 
      French annulaire, from Medieval Latin anularis, from Latin 
      anulus   Date: 1571 : of, relating to, or forming a ring 

  Wayne Homren, Editor

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