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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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Key Data on the Social Security System in The Netherlands for 1991 Expenses (in Dutch guilders) Number of million persons Social Security Sickness (ZW) 8,300 292,000 Disablement (AAW/WAO) 31,643 862,000 Unemployment WW 4,180 205,000 RWW 6,700 352,000 Old age (AOW) 31,250 2,011,400 Widowhood/Orphanity (AWW) 4,180 188,500 National Assistance (ABW excl.
On behalf of a partnership led by 60 Guilders, Newmark Knight Frank (NKF) has secured a $54 million floating-rate loan for the refinancing of 119-121 Spring Street.
The crane accidentally hit the flyover capping beam and, as a domino effect, cause all the remaining five flyover guilders to fall.
| 1626: Dutch colonist Peter Minuit buys Manhattan Island from local Indians for 60 guilders worth of trinkets | 1840: World's first adhesive postage stamp, the "Penny Black", is first used in Great Britain | 1889: Exposition Universelle (World's Fair) in Paris opens with the recently completed Eiffel Tower serving as the entrance arch | 1910: King Edward VII died.
The charity Guide Dogs is appealing for donations of old French francs, Spanish pesetas, Dutch guilders, Italian lira - any currency is welcome and could help us to run our vital services.
2015 5600 Nederburg Pinot Grigio PS5.25 (instead of PS5.75 until December 5 at Tesco) Since you ask, 5600 refers to the original price (in guilders) of the Nederburg Estate.
In five years it had raised tens of thousands of guilders through fancy fairs and direct donations as well as through society events such as concerts, dinners, and cocktail parties hosted by the governor-general, provincial governors and other prominent Europeans.
A certificate of debt, found in a regional archive, attests that Mittenwalde lent Berlin 400 guilders on May 28 1562, to be repaid with six percent interest per year.
The bank's total balances reached 925,562 guilders after one year (van Dillen 1934, 117), and grew to 8.3 million guilders by 1683, approximately 5 percent of the coin stock of the Dutch Republic (De Vries and van der Woude 1997, 90).
1626: Manhattan island was bought from local Indians by Dutch settler Peter Minuit for trade goods worth 60 guilders - estimated as being worth about pounds 1,000 in modern terms.
MP Jill Evans, a member of the delegation that visited Gaza last week, said, "We need to put pressure on Israel to end the siege and open the crossings, and at the same time condemn the deliberate targeting by Israel in the destruction of the economic infrastructure and of the Palestinian people."MP Francis Guilders expressed outrage at the situation when he said, "Europe has no right to be proud of its positions.
For example, if Peter owes me 100 guilders payable in two years by virtue of a loan or a sale-purchase contract, and I want to sell my bill of debt to you, then it is allowed for you to buy my right for 97 or 98 guilders.