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Kran

A currency subdivision in Afghanistan between 1891 and 1925. A kran was worth half of an Afghan rupee.
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Krans said some firms are turning to unorthodox methods to get their message out.
CRISIL has assigned its 'BB/Stable/P4+' ratings to the bank facilities of Krans Projects Pvt Ltd (KPPL).
Any extra money Ollsin and Krans make goes right back into the property.
Krans has found that conjectures were not always faithfully transmitted, the concentration on commonly known conjectures only scratches the surface, and to understand and evaluate conjectures, we must go back to the sources: that is, editions and commentaries in which they were first proposed.
"As demand increased, we purchased three more computers, keyboards, mouses and towers, with the video and audio components," says Krans. Because the purchases were made via the New York State Office of General Services bid process, the facility was able to buy the three new computers for $680 each, with funds from its computer budget.
[2.] Alberti KGMM, Gries FA, Jervell J, Krans HMJ, for the European NIDDM Policy Group.
For instance, in April 2014, the leading hand dishwashing brand Vel introduced Vel Ultra Clean&Pure, which carries the certified consumer label Svanen (The Swan), affirming its sustainability, and the consumer label the Den BlEN Krans (The Blue Ribbon), affirming it as asthma-allergy-friendly.
"This is an interesting position for Microsoft," said Allan Krans, an analyst at Technology Business Research.
"Christine and I have worked together for 15 years and I have the utmost respect for her," Michelle Krans, Pacific Group regional vice president for Gannett Co.
By conjectures in this context, Krans (New Testament, Vrije U., Amsterdam) means readings not attested in the manuscript transmission but which are proposed and argued for by a critic with the intention of restoring a lost text.
These germplasms were recovered from tissue culture by means of the host-pathogen interaction system (HPIS) (Tomaso-Peterson and Krans, 1990) and have enhanced resistance to brown patch disease caused by Rhizoctonia solani Kuhn.
Was Vista a one-off failure, or the first in what could be a string of disasters that would weaken its grip on the operating system market?<p>"This is an interesting position for Microsoft," said Allan Krans, an analyst at Technology Business Research.