from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A coin of Denmark, Norway, and Sweden, of the value of about twenty-eight cents (in 1913). See crown, n., 9.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A silver coin of Denmark, of the value of 1s. 1½d. English, or about 27 United States cents, containing 100 ære: the unit of the Danish coinage. There are gold coins of 10 and 20 kroner.
- n. A silver coin of Norway and Sweden, of the same value.
- n. A current silver coin of Austria and the Austrian dependencies, equal to 100 heller or 20 United States cents.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the basic unit of money in Denmark
- n. the basic unit of money in Norway
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To an extent, Krone is still riding into those stiff winds despite being the first woman jockey to:
GRACE: The reality is, they dubbed Krone the snaggle-tooth killer.
I put most my saving in Norwegian Krone, Australian Dollars and gold/silver.
"Julie wasn't in the video," Napravnik said, referring to Krone, "but she was the only female jockey I'd ever heard of."
Due mostly to tax policy a 1.6L diesel VW Golf costs 297,998 Danish Krone which is equal to $57,997 USD.
Türlin in his "Krone", written between 1215 and 1220, mentions him as one deceased.
Our dinner was eaten together at the "Krone" with the most jovial of hosts, old Betmann, whose card bore the pictures of a bed and a man.
One may pause to consider here, Is this crown the diadem of royalty, or the garland of victory, "Krone" or "Kranz"?
It is a recipe for trouble with the 'Krone' columnists and is throwing the publicity bait to the press.
The chastising of academics and artists is however a recipe for success for 'Krone' journalists.