Circulating

  • (adj): Passing from one to another.
    Example: "Circulating bills and coins"

Some articles on circulating:

Subscription Library - Origins - Commercial Circulating Libraries
... Commercial circulating libraries originally developed from the lending services of booksellers ... William Bathoe claimed that his commercial venture was ‘the Original Circulating library’, opening doors at two locations in London 1737 ... Because circulating libraries usually developed from a specific shop or were founded from the outset at a particular commercial address, the association of place proved ...
List Of Newspapers In Indonesia
... Vivanews" - "Hendynoize" - Indonesian - Regional Circulation "Akcaya" - circulating in West Kalimantan "Analisa" - circulating in North Sumatera "Andalas ...
Bi-metallic Coins
... Common circulating examples include the €1, €2, British £2, Canadian $2, South African R5, Turkish 1 lira, IDR 1K and all Mexican coins of $1 or higher denomination ... In recent times, the first circulating bi-metallic coin was the Italian 500 lire, first issued in 1982 ... These were the only tri-metallic circulating coins ever minted ...
Universal Circulating Music Library
... Universal Circulating Music Library was a music publishers' activity established in the United Kingdom in the 1850s and 1860s ... By the 1920s no significant such circulating libraries by music publishers survived, most probably due to reduced demand (the interested public would just buy the music they were ...

Famous quotes containing the word circulating:

    The current flows fast and furious. It issues in a spate of words from the loudspeakers and the politicians. Every day they tell us that we are a free people fighting to defend freedom. That is the current that has whirled the young airman up into the sky and keeps him circulating there among the clouds. Down here, with a roof to cover us and a gasmask handy, it is our business to puncture gasbags and discover the seeds of truth.
    Virginia Woolf (1882–1941)

    Every day or two I strolled to the village to hear some of the gossip which is incessantly going on there, circulating either from mouth to mouth, or from newspaper to newspaper, and which, taken in homoeopathic doses, was really as refreshing in its way as the rustle of leaves and the peeping of frogs.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)