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Austrian Schilling

The former currency of Austria. It was introduced in 1945 following World War II, replacing the German Reichsmark. Under the Bretton Woods system, the schilling was pegged to a currency basket, and after 1976 was tied to the Deutsche Mark. It ceased circulation in 2002 with the introduction of the euro.
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Though struggling to keep Schilling and himself from falling asleep, White was eventually able to lay out a landing zone and assist the flight medic in hoisting all the wounded aboard.
ESPN spokesman Mike Soltys said Schilling is taking a leave of absence.
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Schilling improved to 9-2 career in the postseason and continued to cement his place as one of baseball's all-time big-game pitchers.
When Schilling gave up five runs in his first '07 start for the Sox, Shaughnessy's chosen lead sentence was "Blogmaster Schilling threw like a man suffering from carpal tunnel syndrome.
Her new parents treated her well, just like their own two other children, and Schilling isn't bitter about her upbringing.
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Schilling, in his first comeback game after re-injuring the same ankle, served up a pitch to Alex Rodriguez which the Yankee slugger belted for a two-run homer to break a ninth-inning tie as New York beat Red Sox 8-6.
The locations just aren't there any more," says Mark Schilling, the Japan correspondent for Screen International, a British trade magazine, and the author of Contemporary Japanese Film, a book published by Weatherhill.