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siller

(ˈsɪlər)
n
1. (Elements & Compounds) silver
2. (Banking & Finance) money
adj
(Elements & Compounds) silver
[a Scot variant of silver]
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On the recommendation of my Norwegian running buddy Sille Forner, we booked a night in Hackeberga Slott, an old family castle in Sweden that was converted into a luxury hotel.
Nudging is a matter of figuring out how we help people reach their long-term goals, but doing so by making the right choice an easy one," says behavioural design expert Sille Krukow, who is working with Heineken to use nudge techniques to reduce drink driving.
Muscat, May 19 (ONA) The Glowing Spectra Photography Exhibition in its 7th edition was opened this evening at the Ministry of Higher Education under the auspices of the Turkish cameraman Reha Bilir, Director of Sille Photography Club and Director of the Permanent Exhibition Centre of Turkey.
Next stop was the Strandhotel Sille, again on Worthersee, before hopping on to a ferry to arrive in the beautiful Renaissance city of Klagenfurt, the capital of Carinthia.
So far, 10 species of Garra are found in Arunachal Pradesh," according to Tamang, who had reportedly discovered three new catfish species- Erethistoides senkhiensis, Glyptothorax dikrongensis and Pseudolaguvia viriosa - from Senki stream and Dikrong river in Papum Pare and Sille river in East Siang district respectively in the last few years while working with the institute.
The famous names may disappoint, but it's truly a gift to be given the time and space to discover old and new work by Eduardo Terrazas (abstract woolen tapestries), Monir Shahroudy Farmanfarmaian (cut glass mosaics), Jumana Manna and Sille Storihle (a fine film troubling the notion that the Oslo Accords reinforced Norway's reputation as a benevolent nation), and Fumito Urabe (wise beyond his years with a mediation on life and death through tiny drawings, toy boats and a floor full of sand).
The city is populated with historic mosques and madrasahs, but a worthwhile diversion about 10 miles away is the hillside village of Sille, where an ancient Christian church is currently being restored and the former cave dwellings of ancestors are still visible in hills overlooking the settlement.
Biting behavior and Plasmodium infection rates of Anopheles arabiensis from Sille, Ethiopia.
1547), Haure (or Hame) de sille (Desceliers 1546), hame de sille (Desceliers 1550), Haure de Sylle (Desliens 1561), Hame desille (Pastoret 1587), R: de fundo (Desceliers 1553), R: grande (Desceliers?
Included in these twenty-four plays are four by Shakespeare (Hamlet, Romeo and Juliet, King Lear and A Midsummer Night's Dream, although the latter in an adaptation by the Danish Sille Beyer called Livet i Skoven).