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SHILLING, Eng. law. The name of an English coin, of the value of one twentieth part of a pound. In the United States, while they were colonies, there were coins of this denomination, but they greatly varied in their value.

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Jean-Claude Marsan in Le Devoir (November 21, 28 and December 13, 2000); Luc-Normand Tellier in Le Devoir (December 13, 2000); Pierre-Yves Guay in Le Devoir (December 20, 2000); Bernard Vachon in Le Devoir (November 9, 2000) and in La Presse (November 15, 2000); Annie Chelin in LaPresse (November 29, 2000).
Europe's food and drink manufacturing base is represented by a strong French presence on the shelves, but Chelin regrets there are not more British goods available.
Chelin and John can turn a bucket of chicken wings into a picnic in the park.