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kreu·zer

or kreut·zer  (kroit′sər)
n.
Any of several small coins of low value formerly used in Austria and Germany.

[German, from Middle High German kriuzer, from kriuze, cross (from their having originally been stamped with a cross), from Old High German krūzi, from Latin crux, cruc-.]
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The Kreutzer Sonata by the Czech composer Janacek serves as a device to bring all these elements together.
As the blind critic tells his companion, in Bordeaux he had fallen in love with Suzanna Flier, the first violinist of the ensemble that performed the Kreutzer Sonata.