tael


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a unit of weight used in east Asia approximately equal to 1

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By the mid-nineteenth century, the accumulated unpaid advances amounted to millions of taels of silver.
Erelt, M., Kasik, R., Metslang, H., Rajandi, H., Ross, K., Saari, H., Tael, K., Vare, S.
However with raw gold in Vietnam currently fetching some VND500,000 ($22.32) a tael less than world rates, local traders are collecting gold jewelry and turning them into raw forms to sell across the border.
(7) One 19th century Canton tael of silver was 37.5 grams.
Erelt, M., K a s i k, R., Metslang, H., Rajandi, H., Ross, K., Saari, H., Tael, K., Vare, S.
The latest move by the SBV was made on Thursday when it ordered the Saigon Jewelry Company to produce an additional 4,000 taels of SJC-brand Gold, which will be used for exchange by the public from their non-SJC and deformed Gold, at a fee of 50,000 VND (US$2.5) for 1 tael.
Ahlia University student Tael Al Alaiwat told the GDN on the sidelines of the event that the MUN was a valuable experience.
Dr Kaja Tael, the Estonian ambassador to the UK, was guest speaker at a CBI Senior Executive lunch hosted by SHG Group at Birmingham Botanical Gardens yesterday.
Alan Bailey, who ran Tael of Silver (ninth) from stall 14, added: "They missed it at first until they saw the re-run on TV.
Tenders are invited for Procurement of 02 Complete Tael setup and Peripherals items.
One of them is worth a great sum there, for some jars are valued at, and sold for, two thousand taels at the rate of eleven reales per tael.
In Erelt, Kasik, Metslang, Rajandi, Ross, Saari, Tael, Vare 1993 : 145 is noted that the elative variant, as illustrated in (6b) and (7b), expresses a whole.
Hakulinen, Vilkuna, Korhonen, Koivisto, Heinonen, Alho 2004 [section] 351; Erelt, Kasik, Metslang, Rajandi, Ross, Saari, Tael, Vare 1995 : 426; Kangasmaa-Minn 1982 : 43-44).
'magi (S, Q1) : 'mae (W, Q3) 'mountain' (Karlsson 1983 : 322-33; Erelt, Kasik, Metslang, Rajandi, Ross, Saari, Tael, Vare 1995 : 144-171).
Ignacious Delgado in Can Lao village (Nam Dinh province), for example, Le Ngoc The, a military officer (quan co), received 20 taels (lang) of silver (1 tael = approximately 33 g.) and was promoted one grade in the military hierarchy.