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Annual income twenty pounds, annual expenditure nineteen (pounds) nineteen (shillings) and six (pence), result happiness.
Five Shillings Rd., 2446-Joan B. and Jerry E. Walker to Humberto J. Zepeda and Audrey Rehnert, $333,000.
The younger Mr. Sallis worked as a bank clerk for a weekly salary of one pound, 10 shillings before becoming an instructor at radio school at the Royal Air Force station in Lincolnshire during World War II.
The lender earlier on Thursday reported a 1.9 percent decline in first-quarter profit as net interest income, the money banks earn from interest charges on loans, shrank 5.5 percent to 10.3 billion shillings ($99.6 million).
Shilling scored two goals a minute apart in the third quarter to give Boys' Latin its first lead and then insurance at 8-6.
Currently available only in Kenya — a country where the innovative payment plan arguably has the biggest impact — the cheaper version of these two solar systems retails for 2,500 KES, or Kenyan shillings (that’s roughly $29).
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Origin and Etymology of shilling
First Known Use: before 12th centurySee Words from the same year
SHILLING Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of shilling for English Language Learners
: a British coin used before 1971 that was equal to 1/20 of a British pound
: the basic unit of money in Kenya, Somalia, Tanzania, and Uganda
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