Gulden


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Gulden

An alternate term for the Dutch guilder.
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We are delighted about this new and promising collaboration with Byk Gulden.
Villani reported that the importer is running a consumer promotion through the end of 2012, in which fans of the Gulden Draak brands are encouraged to join the Gulden Draak World Ambassador program.
The relative value of the gulden can also be seen in the food and livestock prices.
At the beginning Gulden is an ambitious, up-and-coming writer; at the end, having encountered real life up close, she has left the profession.
Gulden, Royal's fifth runner, recorded a personal best at Stanford.
Bushart examines the different financial estimates, which ranged from about 12,000 to over 30,000 gulden (38-41).
Since the start of Florida's solar rebate program, we have seen a spike in solar PV sales," states Dale Gulden, CEO of Solar Direct.
3 /PRNewswire/ -- The next generation of powerful "one stop" handheld devices -- combining phone, e-mail, computing and entertainment (including music, video and games) -- may create attractive opportunities for investors, according to Paul Gulden, manager of the socially responsible Pax World Growth Fund (PXWGX).
Jaedtke's teammates, Hudson Andrews, Michael Cybulski, Matt Gulden and Daniel Benson all posted sub-15:45 times on the 3-mile course.
NEW YORK, April 19 /PRNewswire/ -- Energy stocks remain good bets for growth-minded mutual fund shareholders and other investors, but a "very disruptive" oil shock period may continue to play out for several months, with oil prices topping out on a sustained basis as high as $55 a barrel, according to Pax World Growth Fund (PXWGX) Manager Paul Gulden.
Christopher Gulden, of SL Green, represented the landlord.
13 /PRNewswire/ -- Even though oil prices may not stay at record prices above $50 a barrel for very long, investors in energy still stand to make money since prices are unlikely to slide all the way back down to their rock-bottom levels from before the recent run-up, according to Pax World Growth Fund (PXWGX) Manager Paul Gulden.