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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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Later, Zaplata & Taler (1932) reported loach species in the River Bosna and its tributaries near Sarajevo recording the presence of C.
31-Weber, M.A.; Schiffrin, E.L.; White, W.B.; Mann, S.; Lindholm, L.H.; Kenerson, J.G.; Flack, J.M.; Carter, B.L.; Materson, B.J.; Ram, C.V.; Cohen, D.L.; Cadet, J.C.; Jean-Charles, R.R.; Taler, S.; Kountz, D.; Townsend, R.; Chalmers, J.; Ramirez, A.J.; Bakris, G.L.; Wang, J.; Schutte, A.E.; Bisoqnano, J.D.; Touyz, R.M.; Sica, D.; Harrap, S.B.
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Taler, "Theory of transient experimental techniques for surface heat transfer," International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, vol.
Sin embargo, en la EA (Horley, Reid & Burnham, 2010; Testa, Beatty, Gleason, Orbelo a Ross, 2001; Taler, Baum, Chertkow a Saumier, 2008; Templier et al., 2015) los resultados son variables.
The essays by Goldie Morgen taler and Kathleen Kellett treat the subject of the Holocaust in the Yiddish novels of Chava Rosenfarb and the French biofiction of Regine Robin, respectively.
The experimental currency used in the markets was Taler, which was converted to New Zealand dollars at the end of the experiment at a predetermined, publicly known, conversion rate.
[7.] In Suits at "[D]ollar" is common law, where translated as the value in "Thaler," also the controversy shall word for the German exceed twenty silver coin still dollars, the right in use during the of trial by jury 18th century shall be preserved, ("Conventionsthaler," and no fact tried by or abbreviated, a jury, shall be "Thaler" or otherwise re- "Taler").
Second, he inserted two bizarrely invented terms, Hugeleien and Talereien, which are derivatives created by adding the German nominal suffix -ei(en) to Hugel and Taler (nouns in standard German).