Definition of Symmetallism

1. [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Symmetallism

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symbologists
symbology
symbololatry
symbols
symesite
symitar
symitare
symitares
symitars
symlink
symlinked
symlinking
symlinks
symmetallism (current term)
symmetallisms
symmetral
symmetric
symmetric difference
symmetric function
symmetric functions
symmetric group
symmetric groups
symmetric matrix
symmetric polynomial
symmetric polynomials
symmetrical
symmetrical balance
symmetrically

Literary usage of Symmetallism

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1. Money and Banking: A Discussion of the Principles of Money and Credit, with by Earl Dean Howard, Joseph French Johnson (1904)
"symmetallism. — In its original form, bimetallism contemplated the separate ... This system is known as symmetallism. It is difficult to say what advantage ..."

2. Money and Bimetallism: A Study of the Uses and Operations of Money and Credit by Henry Adolph Miller (1898)
"FRANCIS A. WALKER, in his work entitled International Bimetallism, page 206, etc., describes symmetallism as follows: " The views and practical proposals of ..."

3. Money; a Study of the Theory of the Medium of Exchange by David Kinley (1904)
"symmetallism. — In its original form, bimetallism contemplated the separate ... This system is known as symmetallism. It is difficult to say what advantage ..."

4. The Credit System by William George Langworthy Taylor (1913)
"Under symmetallism, there is no attempt to influence the market, and no substitution of ... It is a sensible annex to symmetallism, which, like bimetallism, ..."

5. The Purchasing Power of Money: Its Determination and Relation to Credit by Irving Fisher, Harry Gunnison Brown (1912)
"Under this scheme — symmetallism — two (or more) metals would be joined together physically in the same coin or in "linked bars." Evidently any ratio could ..."

6. The Purchasing Power of Money : Its Determination and Relation to Credit by Irving Fisher, Harry Gunnison Brown (1911)
"Under this scheme — symmetallism — two (or more) metals would be joined together physically in the same com or in "linked bars." Evidently any ratio could ..."

7. Principles of Economics, with Special Reference to American Conditions by Edwin Robert Anderson Seligman (1905)
"The endeavor to secure a greater stability of prices through bimetallism or symmetallism ' may therefore be considered a thing of the past. ..."

8. International Bimetallism by Francis Amasa Walker (1896)
"It is to this scheme, as mentioned on page 2, that the term symmetallism has been applied. Prof. Marshall's proposal has been supported by Prof. ..."

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