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A coin is a piece of hard material used as money.
Coin or Coins may also refer to:
- Christophe Coin (born 1958), French cellist, viola da gamba player and conductor
- Julie Coin (born 1982), French tennis player
- Coín, a town and municipality in Málaga province, Spain
- Coin, Iowa, a US city
- Coin, Kentucky
- Coin-lès-Cuvry, and Coin-sur-Seille, two municipalities of France ("communes" in French) in the Moselle department of France
- Coin (department store), an Italian department store
Science and technology
- Conical intersection
- ContextObjects in Spans, a specification for publishing OpenURL references in HTML
- Combined Online Information System, a UK database containing HM Treasury's analysis of departmental spending
- Coin (digital card), a digital device that stores the magnetic stripe and other data of a user's credit, debit or other cards; the startup company behind it.
- Community of interest network
- Collaborative innovation network
- Neologism, a newly coined word
- President Alma Coin, a character in The Hunger Games
- Coin3D, a 3D computer graphics application programming interface
- COIN-OR, the Computational Infrastructure for Operations Research project
- COIN (disambiguation)
- Coinage (disambiguation)
- Coining (disambiguation)
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