Florin


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Florin

1. A gold coin struck in Florence in 1253. Used as a currency, it was so successful that other countries in medieval Europe adopted their own gold coins and called them florins.

2. See: Aruban florin.
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Florin added that it's not just any handshake that leads to positive feelings, but a particular way of shaking hands like a firm, confident, yet friendly handshake, as is often promoted as good business practice.
Health care lawyer David Florin no longer remembers what item--a sponge, perhaps--was left in the patient's body after surgery.
For the first year of Stage 2 the public sector and utilities would still accept euros in settlement of florin invoices, with translation made on the basis of a reference exchange rate for the relevant period).
There are three different types of space available, targeting a wide variety of users," said Florin.
Reini Florin brings over 25 years of experience in managing sales teams and has been instrumental in profit growth for both public and private companies.
She was initially diagnosed with a malformed vein, said Anamarie, who has two other children, Timothy, six, and Luke, four, with Florin.
2014/976 THE CIRCUIT COURT AN CHUIRT CHUARDA COUNTY OF THE CITY OF DUBLIN BETWEEN/ Marcin Parszywka PLAINTIFF AND Florin Cirpaci and The Motor Insurers Bureau of Ireland DEFENDANTS NOTICE OF MOTION TAKE NOTICE that on the 23rd day of February 2015 at the hour of 10.
Ciortan Florin and Sebastian Maties, both 21, were arrested in the town centre last Wednesday shortly after a Ford Fiesta was broken into on Astle Retail Park in the town centre.
NYSE MKT: ETAK), was awarded the highly coveted honors of "Winner: Jury Vote" at this year's prestigious "Florin" 2013 awards (The Florin Transaction Services Innovation Awards).
The award winners will be announced at the Florin Award ceremony at the end of the 1st day at the EPCA Summit, April 19th 2012.
New York, July 29 (ANI): A judge in New York was left stunned when an accused fraudster- Florin Necula-admitted to swallowing a computer thumb drive in a bid to destroy evidence.