Estonian Kroon

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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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For Kroon, the title's concept is very personal--he also dedicates the production to his late father, whom he describes as his greatest hero.
At 31, Dekker's best sprints are behind him but he used all of his experience to wear out the leading group, providing his younger companion Kroon with the opportunity for victory.
At 31, Dekker's best sprints are behind him, but he used all of his experience to wear out the leading group, providing his younger companion Kroon with the opportunity for victory.
Our channel access protocol for VHF is designed to provide that quality of service guarantee in the future, but that is only one piece" of what the Army needs, said Kroon.
de Kroon and Bobbink specifically address how atmospheric nitrogen deposition may positively affect clonal plant dominance in certain communities.
Kroon, President - Automotive, North America Division Eaton Corporation (Photo: Business Wire)
Trindade GS, Emerson GL, Carroll DS, Kroon EG, Damon IK.
Bullish about their chances having held the Swedes to a 0-0 draw in Tallaght last week, they were left reeling when Emil Forsberg scored the opener on half-time before Simon Kroon bagged a second deep in added time.
On the eve of the changeover, a government-sponsored survey by consultants Faktum and Ariko says that support for the single currency has dropped two points to 52% since a November poll as citizens fear the switch will result in retailers hiking their prices, while the number of people opposing entry to the eurozone has grown three points to 39% as nostalgia for the kroon takes hold.
The Bulgarian National Bank has announced that it will discontinue buying Estonian kroon as of January 1, 2011.
6 billion kroon (550 million euros) loan to the Estonian government.
The group escaped when a fire alarm sounded, Pastor Larry Kroon said.