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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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According to Radio Berlin Brandenburg (RBB), the debt would amount to 11,200 guilders today, which is roughly equivalent to 112 million euros ($136.
dollar is traded at street exchange houses between 2,800 and 2,950 guilders.
A settlement of 60,000 guilders is considered a very large settlement.
A Dutch court ordered him to hand over 63m guilders - later reduced to 26m - or face being kept in prison for longer.
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Poppy's mum, Lisa Guilder, who works as a teacher in Atherstone, and dad Brian, a manager at Nuneaton's Asda store have set up the Poppy Fields Fund.
Muldova, McCoy's mount in the handicap chase, was well backed to make a winning reappearance, but he was around four lengths down and held when falling at the second-last, leaving Guilder well clear.
UpTime is a highly respected systems integrator and VAR, and our new distribution relationship with UpTime allows us to quickly and cost-effectively gain exposure to a whole new set of customers," said Philip van Guilder, vice president of sales for Pandatel, Inc.
Joe Carr of Bedrock GC tied for second (74), Matt Stephens of Blackstone National was fourth (77) and Rod Van Guilder of Groton CC was fifth (78).
The parents of two-yearold brain tumour victim Poppy Guilder (above) finally have some good news.
Poppy Guilder, who is 18 months old, has endured two major operations in the past five months after doctors at Birmingham Children's Hospital found she had a brain tumour.
Van Guilder is sadly considering two choices: move to a high-reimbursement state; or divorce his wife to protect their savings and possessions.