Definition of Kroons
1. Noun. (plural of kroon) ¹
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Definition of Kroons
1. kroon [n] - See also: kroon
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Literary usage of Kroons
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Agricultural and Rural Development Policies in the Baltic Countries by Jaanika Udras, OECD Staff, Eric (FWD) Burgeat, (Paris) Organisation for Economic Co-ope, Marju Aamisepp, Stefan (FWD) Tangermann, SourceOECD (Online service), Centre for Co-operation with Non-members, Kaili Järv, Riin Saluveer (2003)
"Most crop production oriented support has been granted to companies of pig and poultry production, on average 429 kroons per hectare during the three ..."
2. Collections of the New York Historical Society for the Year by New-York Historical Society (1908)
"17 lines from bottom for Leenderts Grovas read Leenderts Gravas. 11 lines from-bottom for Magdalena Morris read Magdalena Marya [kroons]. ..."
3. Abstracts of wills on file in the Surrogate's office: City of New York by William Smith Pelletreau (1908)
"17 lines from bottom for Leenderts Grovas read Leenderts Gravas. 11 lines from bottom for Magdalena Morris read Magdalena Marya [kroons]. ..."
4. Local Sketches and Legends Pertaining to Bucks and Montgomery Counties by William Joseph Buck (1887)
"On a cold night in the latter part of December, Derrick kroons sat by his fire-side. On an ample hearth a comfortable fire of dry hickory wood was sending ..."
5. Oecd Reviews of Foreign Direct Investment by OECD Staff, Oecd (2001)
"Flows and stocks of FDI At the end of the year 2000 the stock of foreign direct investment in Estonia reached 44.5 billion kroons (US$2 645 million), ..."
6. Cruising the Gulags by Michael L. Frankel (1997)
"my way to an outdoor cafe where I had a pizza and a bottle of Sprite for 13 kroons ($1.00). The prices in Tallinn seemed pretty similar to those in Russia. ..."