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Estonian Kroon

The former currency of Estonia. 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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Hans de Kroon has devoted much of his scientific career to studying interactions between plants, in particular between plant roots and how they behave in their dynamic soil environment.
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(4) Estonia, today with no independent currency, could again establish a new currency, perhaps again called the kroon, which could be linked to gold in a currency-board-like fashion.
The term patient engagement is used to capture patients' behaviors in self-managing their health (e.g., preventing fall-related injuries during an acute illness hospital stay), rather than focusing only on chronic disease (Aikens, Zivin, Trivedi, & Piette, 2014; Chen et al., 2013; Knight & Shea, 2014; Kroon et al., 2014).
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Malmo and Drogheda produced another tight clash in the return leg of their tie, with Emil Frosberg and Simon Kroon sealing the win with goals on the half-time and full-time whistles.
A crash after 18 kilometres involved about 20 riders, including Karsten Kroon (Saxo-Tinkoff), Elia Viviani (Cannondale), Nacer Bouhanni (FDJ) and Taylor Phinney (BMC Racing).