- a copper and aluminum coin and monetary unit of Austria until the euro was adopted, equal to 100 groschen. Abbreviation: S., Sch.
- any of various former minor coins of Germany.
Origin of schilling
1745–55; < German; cognate with shilling
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Examples from the Web for schilling
“It really depends on the person and how much extra storage they have lying around,” says Schilling.Is Your Juice Cleanse Doing More Harm Than Good?
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“I definitely was motivated to get out from where I was, and I was motivated to change my life,” says Schilling.
“My first job is the only Meryl Streep movie that was shelved,” says Schilling with a laugh.
According to Schilling, the cast gets along like gangbusters, and she describes filming as “one big party.”
Then Schilling landed the lead in the NBC medical drama Mercy, about nurses in a fictional Jersey City hospital.
Schilling gave me a genuine look of mingled pity and admiration.
"He knew me better than I knew myself," was my comment to Schilling.
What is it, in these women, that—different as they are—menaces the man and the artist Schilling?Dramatic Technique
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Does Mrs. Schilling still live opposite to you, Aunt Wealthy?Elsie's Womanhood
Kuranda, the former champion of Viennese liberty, tried to soften the effect of Schilling's insults.The Revolutionary Movement of 1848-9 in Italy, Austria-Hungary, and Germany
C. Edmund (Charles Edmund) Maurice
- the former standard monetary unit of Austria, divided into 100 groschen; replaced by the euro in 2002
- an old German coin of low denomination
C18: from German: shilling
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