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formerly the basic unit of money in Austria

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When White looked up, he saw Schilling take another round, this time, to his left leg.
The 47-year-old Schilling, who spent 20 years in the major leagues before retiring in 2009, divulged the news in a statement released through his employer, Bristol-based ESPN.
While FMC Schilling Robotics has designed its ROV systems to be robust in the deepest water, every design effort has been made to keep maintenance simple and accessible through comprehensive system diagnostics and intuitive maintenance solutions.
4 million in loans it said Schilling had personally guaranteed.
Shoemaker, Kolene President and CEO, said: "We are elated to have Scott Schilling on our leadership team.
LONDON, November 2, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- Schillings has revealed that a landmark legal ruling made by the Supreme Court has given significant strength to the rights of couples ahead of marriage to divide their assets in the event that the marriage breaks down.
In the past year at Love Funding, Schilling has underwritten five multifamily loan refinance transactions that have closed through the HUD 223(1) program, totaling $14 million in loan proceeds.
Schilling announced his retirement in 2009, having amassed 216 career wins, 3,116 strikeouts and a 3.
Schillings law firm described the allegations as "false" and has taken its case to the High Court in London.
Timothy Schilling comes to the SCAA from the SPREAD (Sustaining Partnerships to Enhance Rural Enterprise and Agribusiness Development) Project.
Schilling, director of breast imaging and intervention at the Center for Breast Care at Boca Raton (Fla.
Kathy Schilling and her colleagues reported at the annual meeting of the Radiological Society of North America.
With Maicer Izturis on third base and two out, the veteran right-hander, protecting a two-run lead and no longer capable of reaching back and throwing a fastball 97 miles per hour as he could do in years ago, Schilling instead threw a softer version of his old hard split-finger fastball.
In the off-season, Sox pitcher Curt Schilling launched his own weblog, which he calls "38 Pitches" ("38" being both his jersey number and a corporate brand for his businesses and charitable concerns).
When Nicole Schilling wrote a paper in junior high school about herself, it triggered many questions.