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EEK

The ISO 4217 currency code for the Estonian Kroon.

EEK

ISO 4217 code for the Estonian kroon. It was issued in 1992, replacing the Soviet ruble. It was pegged to the deutschemark and then to the euro. In January 2011, the euro replaced the kroon.
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After receiving his degree, Arvo Eek earned the position of senior researcher and became the head of the phonetics laboratory.
In Eek, the tundra upon which the villagers rely for food and game is literally melting.
It looks so real that you could fool anyone, which is always fun," said Piet Hein Eek, designer, Scrapwood Wallpaper.
Arvo Eek stresses the fact that Estonian phonetics rests on linguistic ground, and that the description of the Estonian sound system has phonological units as their points of departure.
HEADLINE ACTS: Left, Reggae star Gregory Isaacs; Top: John Holt and above Eek a Mouse will all perform at this year's Boss Sounds festival at Newcastle's Carling Academy.
Today, however, reality has reasserted itself: New York is not likely to see rapid growth in 2004, and our economic indicators will probably only eek out the tiniest positive improvements.
O'Sullivan destroyed Ryan Dale, who had been so impressive all eek, while making two centuries his way to 5-1 quarter-final victory.
Oak Park did just enough to eek out the second spot with a 375, led by sophomore Alex Kang's 3-under 68, the best individual score of the day.
Ennis continues to eek out a living as a ranch hand.
RADIO presenter Andy Kershaw will be speaking at Coventry University next eek as part of its onversations series.
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MSFT has also managed to eek above its 10-month and 20-month moving averages, a feat rarely accomplished since March 2000.