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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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Subjects were endowed with Taler and assets at the beginning of each session.
Estas pruebas son consideradas como un indicador fiable del deterioro del lenguaje (Laws, Duncan & Gale, 2010), de la EA y del DCL (Adlam, Bozeat, Arnold, Watson & Hodges, 2006; Taler & Phillips, 2008).
My thanks to Murat Bildirici for first raising with me the issue of Rachel's altruism, and to Richard Rudy and Avner Taler for their valuable insights.
Thus, mMCI patients with memory and language impairments would have similar difficulties than those observed in the initial stages of AD (Alexopoulos, Grimmer, Perneczky, Domes, & Kurz, 2006; Taler & Phillips, 2008).
Sie wandern durch Taler, erklimmen Berge, suchen sich Wege durch Walder.
Five students were names class valedictorian: Samuel Bombara, Austin Briggs, Taler Jensen, Natasha Kress and Natasha West.
It originates from the word Taler, which was a shortened form of Joachimstaler - a coin first minted in 1519 from the silver of a mine in the town of Joachimsthal.
It originates from the word Taler, which was a shortened form of Joachimstaler - a coin that was first minted in 1519 from the silver of a mine in the north-eastern town of Joachimsthal.
After lengthy bargaining with the State it was agreed in 1843 that the company was to be founded with share capital (Fonds im Aktien Kapital) of 13 000 000 Taler and a participation of the Prussian State amounting to 1/7 of Share capital (it means 1 860 000 Taler).