Norwegian krone

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Noun1.Norwegian krone - the basic unit of money in NorwayNorwegian krone - the basic unit of money in Norway  
ore - a monetary subunit in Denmark and Norway and Sweden; 100 ore equal 1 krona
Norwegian monetary unit - monetary unit in Norway
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To accommodate Broadman's request and help others who might also want, or need, to donate before their intended recipients are ready to receive a transplant, UCLA worked with the NKR to structure the kidney voucher program.
Although ADP is still in its infancy, it is already being offered by at least nine transplant centers throughout the United States under the umbrella of NKR. (34)
He also stated that Nagorno-Karabakh Republic (NKR) will never agree to wide autonomy while remaining part of Azerbaijan.
issue of recognition of the NKR should be settled in the diplomatic way, without any bloodshed.
The new NatureFlex NKA and NKR grades are the first clear high barrier compostable films to be made from renewable resources in the U.S.
The Good Samaritan donors that start NKR chains will now be followed by the LODN to ensure they are recuperating quickly and completely, the organizations said in a press release.
For more specialist type of operations involving more complex bodywork such as refrigerated, boxes (including Luton type) and curtainsiders the NKR range is available with differing wheelbases as a chassis cab for just such custom-built requirements.
As a matter of fact, salmon and trout exports increased 3.8% in value for the first six months to NKr 4.7 billion.
This analysis resulted in identification of ED, EL, NKR, and NR as second-order variables and the rest of characters as third-order variables (Fig.
The figures speak for themselves - Norway imported food worth NKr 18,000 million (Euro 2,500 million) in 2001 with the EU cornering a 66% share worth NKr 12,000 million (Euro 1,600 million).
In April 1999 the company bought TelCall AS, an Oslo based IP networks and security specialist company for NKr 9.5 million ($1.2 million) and the logistics software developer and consultancy firm EDB System Service AS (ESS), again from Oslo for NKr9 million ($1.1 million).
The Government Committee, appointed to suggest concrete cuts in transfers totalling NKr 5 billion, is not able to agree on a common proposal for reductions.