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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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Lorrie Head, Micah Helvie, Cheyanne Hemphill, Sarah Henry, Caylin Hobgood, Austin Hoobler, Ryker Hoppe, Jennifer Hults, Taler Jensen, Alexander Johns, Jeremy Keel, Sharia King, Kelsea Knee, Natasha Kress, Austin Kuhlman, Sara LaDuke, Colton Leatherwood, Cheyanne LeFevre, Christina MacDonald, Rebecca Mack, Crystal Mahoney, Cheylin Malinoff, Dylan Marney, Shawna Marquez, Michael Matteo,
Arriving in Charleston, South Carolina, a mere boy of nineteen, he did not know English and had only one German Taler in his pocket--75 cents after he exchanged the currency.
The Three Taler or Three Valleys ski pass, giving access to Damuls, Warth-Schrocken and Mellau and at least six other resorts costs 160 euros for six days.
The Three Taler or Three Valleys ski pass which will give access to Damuls, Warth Schrocken and Mellau as well as a at least six other smaller resorts is available from 160 euros for six days with discounts for pensioners and children.
52) layout, and a state investment of more than 100,000 Taler by 1806 had drawn colonists from many parts of German-speaking lands to drain marshes and "civilize" the region.
The German word for valley is thai and it was common to refer to the metal coins produced in the valley as taler coins (the "h" being silent in German).
A fascinating exhibition is captivating visitors to Oman's Bait al Zubair museum in Muscat The Maria Theresa Taler and Oman--The story of an Austrian coin in Arabia, relates the history of the Empress Marie Theresa, head of the Austro-Hungarian Empire in the 18th century, and of how her likeness, on the ubiquitous taler, spread across continents, assuming particular importance in the countries of the Middle East region.
I am being harassed by the newcomers who have come there at the sound of a taler, like grasshoppers that hop about the earth after the grass and leaves.
9) Payoffs at a competitive price of 43 are 102 Taler (the experimental currency unit) for sellers and 130 Taler for buyers.
Minelskede (My Beloved, 1968), Syg og munter (Sick and Cheerful, 1972), Det private liv (The Private Life, 1974), Langt borte taler byen med min stemme (Off in the Distance the City Speaks with My Voice, 1976), AEgteskabsleg (Marriage Game, 1977), Aja, hvor skon
Research shows that a wide range of problems arise from the onset of disability and can act as barriers to return to work (Gates, Taler & Akabas, 1989).