Krugerrand

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Krugerrand

A coin minted in South Africa containing one troy ounce of gold. It is legal tender in South Africa but is not used. It is the first gold coin minted to be legal tender at the market value of one troy ounce of gold rather than for an amount indicated by the face value of the coin. It is one of the more frequently traded coins in the world. See also: Silver Krugerrand.

Krugerrand

A gold coin minted in South Africa.
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In those days, which are needed for the Kruger kiln to cool down, the central dominating question is: Has the burn been successful?
Through their participation in art exhibitions, as well as by travelling, taking part in workshops, by means of the internet and thanks to many personal contacts Carola and Reimar Kruger are international players in the large and multifarious field of woodfiring ceramics techniques.
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"My first question was why do they even have that rule?" Kevin Kruger said.
"Just having Kevin around every day is a blessing," said Lon Kruger, who has led three different programs to the Sweet 16.
Kevin Kruger averaged 13.1 points and 5.1 assists this season, and he hit four three-pointers Sunday in UNLV's upset of second-seeded Wisconsin.
Kevin Kruger is quite familiar with the Ducks, having played against them for three seasons at Arizona State.
The Ducks are also quite familiar with Kevin Kruger.
Kruger's work needs the museum gift shop in order to circulate through the population, getting under people's skin.
Kruger in any case became an artist in the former sense in part through having been inspired by Benjamin's thought.
So Kruger has worked both sides of the street, sending her barbs out in numbers great enough to affect the common consciousness and at the same time to get these very images accepted, usually in large format, as works of art in the more traditional sense.