There was a man—Noot, he named himself—who, though he lived in the latter days, had of the wisdom of the sons of Kr.
How did she first come to the Caves of Kr, and what was her real religion?
I have known so many, and doubtless there have been many more since I knew aught beyond these caves of Kr.
Carbuncle, Kr′bung-kl, n. a fiery-red precious stone: an inflamed ulcer: a pimple on the nose.
Then shall we return hither, and I will make a plan whereby we can bid farewell for ever to these sepulchres of Kr.
Carpel, Kr′pel, n. a modified leaf forming the whole or part of the pistil of a flower.
Of our return to Kr I need say nothing, except that in due course we reached that interesting ruin.
Carpolite, Kr′po-līt, n. fruit petrified or converted into stone.
Remarkable coincidence between pulsations at Potsdam and in the north of Norway has been noted by Kr.
Carthamine, Kr′tha-min, n. a dye obtained in crystals by a chemical process from safflower.
The symbol for the element krypton.
The symbol for krypton.
A colorless, odorless element in the noble gas group. It is used in certain fluorescent lamps and photographic flash lamps. Atomic number 36; atomic weight 83.80; melting point -156.6°C; boiling point -152.30°C; density 3.73 grams per liter (0°C). See Periodic Table.