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THALER. The name of a coin. The thaler of Prussia and of the northern states of Germany is deemed as money of account, at the custom-house, to be of the value of sixty-nine cents. Act of May 22, 1846.
     2. The thaler of Bremen, of seventy-two grotes, is deemed of the value of seventy-one cents. Act of March 3, 1843.

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Thaler, 34, from Wakefield, who refereed both the Challenge Cup final and Grand Final in 2015, got the nod ahead of Australian Gerard Sutton.
Thaler (above), who refereed both the 2015 Challenge Cup final and last month's Super League Grand Final, will be in charge of game one at Hull's KC Stadium on Sunday, November 1, with Sutton refereeing the second Test at London's Olympic Stadiuim on Saturday, November 7.
One disclosure: In 1975, about the time he was coming up with his list of doubts, I became an assistant professor of economics at the University of Rochester's business school, where Thaler was also an assistant professor.
Before beginning her current position in June, Thaler was executive director of the National Association of State Directors of Developmental Disabilities Services.
That's over 17% of federally insured credit unions," Thaler said.
Thaler added, "Gordon Brothers Group's reputation for maximizing value for operating companies, lenders and investors is well-known throughout the industries they touch.
Thaler also looks at the "cyclical return of slavery as a focal model" in the novels she considers (18).
Following the discontinuation of the writ by Mr Thaler, the Company is pursuing Mr Thaler and his agent, Mr Koncepolski, for costs.
Roderick R Thaler, vice chairman-Americas, for Aon Benfield, is a history buff of sorts.
The possibility that brain injury may be a consequence of the overconsumption of a typical American diet offers a new explanation for why sustained weight loss is so difficult for most obese individuals to achieve," said presenting author Joshua Thaler, MD, PhD, a faculty member with the Diabetes and Obesity Center of Excellence at the University of Washington in Seattle.
In their experiments of studying the brains of rodents for the short-term and long-term effects of eating a high-fat diet, Thaler said he and his colleagues also detected damage to, and eventual loss of, critical weight-regulating neurons.
Economist Richard Thaler of The University of Chicago recently raised the notion that consumers could benefit if companies would turn the data they collect over to the public.