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ta·ler

also tha·ler  (tä′lər)
n. pl. taler or ta·lers also thaler or tha·lers
Any of numerous silver coins that served as a unit of currency in certain Germanic countries between the 15th and 19th centuries.

[German; see dollar.]

taler

(ˈtɑːlə)
n, pl -ler or -lers
(Currencies) a variant spelling of thaler

tha•ler

or ta•ler

(ˈtɑ lər)

n., pl. -ler, -lers.
any of various former large coins of various German states.
[1780–90; < German; see dollar]
References in classic literature ?
So they ate, and after that they bargained how much the miller was to give for the fifth prophecy, until they agreed on three hundred talers.
The peasant, however, made off next morning by daybreak with the three hundred talers.
He answered: 'I sold my cow's skin in the town, for three hundred talers.
When she came to the merchant in the town, he did not give her more than two talers for a skin, and when the others came, he did not give them so much, and said: 'What can I do with all these skins?
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En muchas regiones, como por ejemplo en la provincia de Jauja, los huevos de gallina sirven de moneda, al calcular una cantidad de 48 a 50 piezas por un taler.
James PA, Oparil S, Carter BL, Cushman WC, Dennison-Himmelfarb C, Handler J, Lackland DT, LeFevre ML, MacKenzie TD, Ogedegbe O, Smith SC Jr, Svetkey LP, Taler SJ, Townsend RR, Wright JT Jr, Narva AS, Ortiz E.
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.
While the financial burden related to some HAIs has been characterized in this setting (Capitano & Nicolau, 2003; Jamshed, Woods, Desai, Dhanani, & Taler, 2011), there is limited research addressing the costs of efforts to prevent HAIs.