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Guilder

1. See: Dutch guilder.

2. See: Netherlands Antillean guilder.
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Schmidt and Pfeiffer met with Berlin's finance senator Ulrich Nussbaum, who ceremonially handed them a historical guilder from 1539.
A debtor who owes 100 guilders and pays less for the bill (say 96) commits usury because of the anticipation, for he implicitly lends 96 until the payment date, and then receives 100 because the debt of 100 guilders is extinguished.
After the hand-over Jeffreys still had pounds 284,000 worth of guilders and Spanish pesetas in his car.
Revenues in Dutch Guilders were depressed by the weaker US$, in particular, and to a lesser extent, by weakness in some European currencies such as the Pound Sterling and the Italian Lira.
While Ballyfermot-born Cunningham may have been involved in transactions worth at least 17 million guilders - around pounds 6million - only a fraction of what he earned has come to light.
Mr Wadsworth said all the cash was changed mainly into guilders as well as some German marks.
The calling cards are available in denominations of 25 Guilders and will target among others, ethnic markets in Rotterdam.
The preference share carries the right to a cumulative preferential dividend in guilders at a rate of 65 percent of EURIBOR on the notional value.
Nasdaq: TPPP) announced today it has signed a contract of approximately 6 million guilders with Energy North West ("ENW"), one of The Netherland's largest utilities companies.
Net sales reached Netherlands guilders (NLG) 2,984 million, an increase of 10 percent on the NLG 2,711 million for the first half of 1991.
The Ministry of Transport, Public Works and Water Management in the Netherlands has awarded a contract to Motorola for approximately 14 million guilders (US$6.
In the year ended December 31, 1992, PolyGram's net sales were up 5 percent to Netherlands guilders (NLG) 6,617 million from NLG 6,326 million in 1991.