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Random information on the term “Bankroll”:
An automatic coin wrapper is a device that turns loose coins into rolls.
Automatic coin wrappers can vary in size and utility. Some are built for consumer use and some are built for industrial use. Some of the names in the coin wrapping industry include Glory, Reis, Laurel and Cummins.
Demand for new machines has declined due to increased use of credit cards and the conversion of casinos to coinless Ticket-In, Ticket-Out technology for their slot machines, but some industries still require machines to wrap and sort the large volume of coins that are taken in.
Random information on the term “WAD”:
Joan the Wad is a mythological character in Cornish folklore. She is the Queen of the Piskeys, which are tiny mythical creatures usually associated with the counties of Cornwall and Devon in England.
Wad is an Eastern Cornwall colloquial term for torch or bundle of straw.
Joan the Wad has been associated with Jack o’ the Lantern, the King of the Piskeys. The two may also be considered will-o’-the-wisp type characters who lead travelers astray on lonely moors, hence the rhyme:
Jack-the-lantern, Joan-the-wad,That tickled the maid and made her mad,Light me home, the weather’s bad.
However, Joan is also to thought use her Wad (Torch) to light the way to safety and good luck, as another rhyme says, “Good fortune will nod, if you carry upon you Joan the Wad”.
Joan the Wad is often depicted naked and associated with fire and water elements. In the last century, there was a thriving cottage industry in Joan the Wad lucky charms. People carried small figures of Joan the Wad for good luck: a small collection of such antique figures is housed at the Museum of Witchcraft in Boscastle. Her image also appears on door knockers to serve as a protective spirit.