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'crazie,' which in Florence was also called 'barile' or 'gabellotto,' because the sum had to be paid as duty on a barrel of wine.
Ibi omnes foeminæ quæ sunt desponsatæ portant in signum quod habent maritos vnum magnum barile de cornu in capita.
The giulio was a coin of 56 Italian centimes or 8 Tuscan crazie, which in Florence was also called barile or gabellotto, because the sum had to be paid as duty on a barrel of wine.
A spingere i listini, in particolare, i titoli dell'energia (che hanno beneficiato del rialzo del greggio arrivato a 54 dollari al barile) ei bancari, ma anche Fiat che e 'tornata sopra la soglia dei 5 euro.
Eurodollaro nella parte alta del canale ad un soffio da quota 1,30 e petrolio in area 77,5 dollari al barile
_barile_ El pueblo de barile es otra encomienda, tiene quatroçientos yndios, es demasia de encomienda.
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