Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of krona.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • The result was also boosted by a gain of 427 million kronor from the sale of SAS's U.K. subsidiary British Midland.

    SAS airline bounces back to profit in Q3

  • The announcement came as SAS said its fourth quarter net loss had swelled to 2.8 billion kronor from a loss of 596 million kronor in the same period in 2007.

    SAS announces massive overhaul after Q4 loss

  • The suspects were accused of stealing 5.2 million kronor from the Red Cross between 2004 and 2009, and 2.5 million kronor from the Swedish Cancer Society, where af Donner had previously worked between 2000 and 2003.

    The Local - Sweden's news in English

  • - Revenue in Construction decreased by 6 percent in Swedish kronor, and by 11 percent adjusted for currency rate effects.

    The Earth Times Online Newspaper

  • The trio are believed to have shared 5.7 million kronor from the Red Cross and pocketed a sum of 2.5 million kronor from the Swedish Cancer Society.

    The Local - Sweden's news in English

  • One of Volvo's hardest selling points is that all of its costs are expressed in Swedish kronor or euros, but its biggest market is the U.S., and this has left it exposed to exchange-rate losses.

    MotorAuthority - Latest News

  • TeliaSonera said it expects sales growth in 2010, in local currencies and excluding acquisitions, to be in line with the 2.9% it posted in the first half, but cautioned that currency fluctuations could have a "material impact" on the reported sales-growth figures in Swedish kronor.

    TeliaSonera's Net Profit Rises

  • TeliaSonera predicted rising sales in local currencies in 2009, but said currency fluctuations may hit the reported figures in Swedish kronor.

    Telenor and TeliaSonera Warn of Challenging Year

  • He also carried with him some money: 400 kronor from the Russian source who had taught school in Chicago, for his wife who was still in America; and two drafts of $5,000 each for the head of the Finnish Information Bureau in the United States.

    Savage Peace

  • BUSINESS WIRE) -- ยท Revenue for the second quarter rose by 32 per cent at fixed exchange rates, and by 26 per cent in Swedish kronor (SEK), to SEK 1,485 M (1,180).

    Business Wire Travel News

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