Gulden


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Gulden

An alternate term for the Dutch guilder.
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In 2018, Gulden told Reuters that the tariffs meant Puma has to accept a lower U.S.
Neither Puma nor City would reveal any details of the appearance of the new kits, but Gulden said: "Each shirt has its own history.
I am not trying to limit what we can do," said Gulden, president of Homeco Insulation.
Additionally, in response to what Snoddy refers to as the "all-natural and organic movement in condiments," ConAgra's latest Gulden's products are all natural, as well as being fat-free.
The evidence suggests that in the autumn of 1604 the Prince of Liechtenstein sent Zangius to Vienna to purchase sheet music, which he probably did in person from the merchant Martin Keyl for the total amount of 124 gulden. Given the immensity of the sum, and with regard to the mentioned 1608 inventory, it would seem that Zangius bought all the music prints available on the market at the time.
7 November 2014 - Bjorn Gulden, chief executive of German sportswear group Puma AG (ETR:PUM), commented today on press reports regarding a potential exit of majority shareholder Kering (EPA:KER), saying he had not heard of any plans for a change in ownership.
One of the tall ships in the race, the Dutch three masted top sail schooner Gulden Leeuw (Golden Lion) can hold 300 people while moored and will host skills fairs at each port.
I made 4,000 gulden (about PS25,000 in today's money) on the evening: such a thing is only possible in England."
New Puma CEO Bjorn Gulden, who took the job in July, had made the renewal one of his initial priorities after the company cut spending on other sponsorship deals.
The event, which has welcomed Dutch tall ship the Gulden Leeuw and Royal Navy minesweeper HMS Bangor to Belfast, continues today.
Gulden Turkoz, currently the director of the program division at UN Women, told Sunday's Zaman, "Women's participation in the workforce remains low, with only 22.8 percent of women active in the labor market [in Turkey]."