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guilder

, gilder, gulden
1. the former standard monetary unit of the Netherlands, divided into 100 cents; replaced by the euro in 2002
2. the standard monetary unit of the Netherlands Antilles and Surinam, divided into 100 cents
3. any of various former gold or silver coins of Germany, Austria, or the Netherlands
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A usurer could maintain that he is not willing to enter into a loan of consumption but still is prepared to buy a right on 100 or 200 guilders, and every borrower is able to impose this duty on himself.
Property and money worth only around 144,500 guilders could be traced in the Netherlands.
Mr Wadsworth said: "The only conclusion that you can come to is that they were acting probably on behalf of quite big drugs dealers turning their money back from the pounds that they had sold the drugs for into Dutch guilders to go abroad.
In millions of Netherlands guilders except per share data)
Note: For the convenience of the reader, Netherlands Guilder amounts have been converted to US $ at the exchange rate at December 31, 1992, of $1 equals 1.
50 Netherlands Guilders (approximately $35 usd) must be paid at time of rental at Amsterdam Airport, Schiphol upon rental.
An annual turnover of 330 million Dutch Guilders places the "Sanderink Groep" within the top 10 of most important IT companies in The Netherlands.
The intended split will occur simultaneously with the re-denomination of the par value of the shares from Dutch guilders (NLG 0.
For two-and-a-half guilders a day people will be able to get a multimedia computer with color printer that will be delivered to their homes and installed for them.
This should result in a cost reduction of tens of millions of guilders a quarter, Ruijter said.
France Telecom, through its subsidiary Dutchtone, acquired lot C of the UMTS licence today for the amount of 960 million guilders (about 435 million euros).
The planned invitation will cover Mexico's fixed-rate Brady Bond (also known as Par Bonds) denominated in Deutsche Marks, Dutch Guilders, French Francs and Italian Lire.