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Guilder

1. See: Dutch guilder.

2. See: Netherlands Antillean guilder.
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First, according to our estimation, the cuts on Disablement Act expenditures will amount to 1.3 billion guilders, which is less than the 2.5 billion guilder the government hopes to achieve.
The partnership led by 60 Guilders recently inked a five-year lease with Bang & Olufsen for the entire 2,186 s/f on the ground floor, which was previously occupied by Valentino.
In that year seven poor relief groups in the area distributed a total of 3,547 guilders in cash and rice.
Schmidt and Pfeiffer met with Berlin's finance senator Ulrich Nussbaum, who ceremonially handed them a historical guilder from 1539.
The exchange market between bank guilders and current guilders deepened to become the principal measure of the value of the bank guilder.
A usurer could maintain that he is not willing to enter into a loan of consumption but still is prepared to buy a right on 100 or 200 guilders, and every borrower is able to impose this duty on himself.
Suriname is changing the name of its currency from guilder to dollar when new banknotes and simplified exchange rates are introduced in January, reports AP (July 31, 2003):
The national currency of the 12 countries which have joined the Euro and become worthless on January 1 are Austrian schillings, Belgian francs, Dutch guilders, Finnish marks, French francs, German deutschmarks, Greek drachma, Irish punt, Italian lira, Luxembourg francs, Portuguese escudos and Spanish pesetas.
Turnover during the 2000 financial year was up to 44.8-million guilders ($18-million) revealing a net profit of 4.3-million guilders, or 10% of turnover.
The camp included an enormous beer tent, which served cold beer for two Dutch guilders (about 80 U.S.
Dhaliwal was heavily involved in the operation which saw pounds 6.2 million transported out of Britain as Dutch guilders.The court was told that Dhaliwal often accompanied Rana on trips to London where mixed stolen notes, in bunches of hundreds of thousands of pounds at a time, were switched at a bureau de change before being taken to Holland.
Turnover last year was 21 million guilders (9.5 million euros).