Kruger

[ US /ˈkɹuɡɝ/ ]
NOUN
  1. Boer statesman (1825-1904)
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  • The charity investigated and found it was a 1983 South African Krugerrand coin worth $1,400. Coin Dropped In Salvation Army Kettle Worth $1,400
  • In forwarding this despatch Lord Milner made the apposite comment that the propriety of employing the term suzerainty to express the rights possessed by Great Britain is an "etymological question," and Mr. Chamberlain, replying on December 15th, accepts President Krüger's declaration that he is willing to abide by the articles of the Convention, reasserts the claim of suzerainty, declines to allow foreign arbitration, and demands the immediate fulfilment of Article IV. Lord Milner's Work in South Africa From its Commencement in 1897 to the Peace of Vereeniging in 1902
  • Dan Kruger is a researcher at U of M. He says competing for a mate tends to make men take more dangerous risks and pursue more stressful careers, thus increasing their chances of dying younger.
  • The Krugers threw an impromptu cocktail party for him in the backyard.
  • The government still has the power to ban private ownership of bulk gold coins like the Krugerrand ‚ American Eagle and similar types of gold bullion coins. 14 Fundamental Reasons Why You Should Be Investing Your Money . . . In Money : Coin Collecting News
  • The new coordinator is counting on Lewis and Pro Bowl free safety Ed Reed to continue the tradition of stout defenses that Ryan developed and to pass on their principles to young players such as linebacker Tavares Gooden (Scott's likely successor) and newcomers such as cornerback Domonique Foxworth and rookie pass rusher Paul Kruger, who can learn a thing or two by watching Suggs operate off the edge. Harbaugh can't shake Ravens' perception as defense-first team
  • It is in the east of the diocese and borders Kruger National Park, which is the biggest wildlife park in the world (about the size of Wales).
  • Kruger had made a trip to Europe in the late 1880s and was impressed by the stately buildings he saw there.
  • Eventually he is reduced to living in a shoe-box on a Seattle street corner, doing Kruger-esque paste-ups for tourists.
  • Among the biggest fans of aoudads are serious sheep hunters who travel the world to hunt wild sheep, Steinkruger says.
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