The Collaborative International Dictionary
Kr \Kr\ prop. n. (Chem.) The chemical symbol for the element krypyon, one of the six noble gasses. [abbrev.]
KR is the ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 and WMO country code for South Korea.
KR or Kr may also refer to:
Usage examples of "kr".
Though Krim could not be sure that the defective strain would be strong enough to produce mutant Africans, this was the method he decided to use.
Impatiently Krim waited for the shipment of droopy-winged bees that had been sent air express from the experimental bee lab at Davis, California.
Normally, Krim would have tested the procedure on generations of bees under laboratory conditions, but there was no time for that.
Amuro first noticed the new faces among the group, including Ensigns Sarkus McGovern and Kria Maja, both new MS pilots.
Along the way, the Gundam, Gun Cannons, and GM 324 and GM 325, piloted by Ensigns Sarkus McGovern and Kria Maja, practiced flying in attack formation, accompanied by four Bowl machines from the other two warships.
Among its passengers it carried one Azamat Krim, Canadian-born son of an émigré, who, like Andrew Drake, had Anglicized his name—to Arthur Crimmins.
Among its passengers it carried one Azamat Krim, Canadian-born son of an ‚migr‚, who, like Andrew Drake, had Anglicized his name-to Arthur Crimmins.
Mr Krest drank three double bullshots - vodka in iced consomm‚ - before luncheon, and beer with the meal.
Mr Krest drank three double bullshots - vodka in iced consomm - before luncheon, and beer with the meal.
Presently it would take off for Krim, Darth, and the Coalsack Stars, and if Hoddan were lucky he would be on it.
And then they'd gone on, faithfully leaving similar letters and similar impressions on Krim, Lohala, Tralee, Famagusta, and all throughout the Coalsack stars until the stock of addressed missives ran out.
As Stephen rode down on a fine smooth-paced dapple-grey mare he turned a towering shoulder of rock and there was the ocean before him, an enormous, magnificent sea stretching to the horizon, and beyond the horizon, if his memory served, to China, Krim Tartary and the countries beyond: but here, close at hand - relatively close at hand - was the dear Surprise, unmistakable with her towering thirty-six-gun frigate's mainmast, and accompanied, which was by no means unusual, by a prize, a moderate ship-rigged privateer, now with drooping ears and in her turn accompanied by three republican sloops.
Krim is a place of lively commercial activity, where an electronics engineer should easily find employment.
So he had done, solitary, until a night he had sheltered with Morgaine kri Chya, and traded her his freedom for a place out of the wind.
And that Morgaine kri Chya set affection on anything vulnerable to loss—he knew what that asked of her.