Guilder


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Guilder

1. See: Dutch guilder.

2. See: Netherlands Antillean guilder.
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Festive cheer: JLS with Leanne Goodlad, Anisa Begum, Paige Taylor and Poppy Guilder at Birmingham Children's Hospital.
Rick believes in the miracle that is life and will continue to defend the unborn, elderly and the infirm," Van Guilder said.
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 government thinks it is the right time to join the Caribbean by changing over from the Surinamese guilder to the Surinamese dollar," President Ronald Venetiaan said.
In addition, since 1989 there has been a contribution of 80 guilders per month per each working member of the family and 40 guilders per month per each child, with a maximum of two children being charged.
Van Guilder is probably best known for her work with harder-sounding bands such as Second Grave and Obsidian Halo.
Mia William, and Poppy Guilder were both taken to the ICC in pink limousines while Charles Pitchford and Rafe Walker were treated to trips in other flash cars.
Recalculated from the now-defunct guilder to euros, the Dutch want pounds 4.
MIAMI, April 28 /PRNewswire/ -- The jury spoke loud and clear when it awarded $24,170,000 to Plaintiff Stephen Guilder and his family on Friday evening in a Miami-Dade courtroom.
Poppy Guilder, aged just two and a half, was diagnosed as having a brain tumour when she was 14 months old.
BRAVE Poppy Guilder is at the centre of a Herculean fund-raising effort by family and friends.