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schilling

1. the former standard monetary unit of Austria, divided into 100 groschen; replaced by the euro in 2002
2. an old German coin of low denomination

Schilling

 

the monetary unit of Austria; equal to 100 groschen. Introduced in 1925 to replace the crown, the schilling was replaced by the reichsmark in 1938 but reintroduced in 1945. According to the rate of exchange set by the State Bank of the USSR in January 1978,100 schillings = 4.55 rubles.

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However, Schilling admits that a large-scale application of the technique is still a long way off.
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"[Smith] had the pleasure of multiple port visits to Korea and Guam and somewhere in between; he learned so much more about the 'real' Navy and LS rating," said Schilling.
Schilling said he is not hopeful for comprehensive legislation under the current Congress.
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Schilling has watched Buchholz pitch as a Red Sox teammate and an ESPN broadcaster and as far as he's concerned, Buchholz is no ace.
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White saw his buddy Schilling trying to stay in the shade of what Schilling later recalled "as the smallest tree on earth." Schilling had been wounded severely in his right upper arm, so White sprinted to Schilling, applied a tourniquet, then saw Bocks.
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