Marco Trungelliti is an Argentine professional tennis player and competes mainly on the ATP Challenger Tour and ITF Futures, both in singles and doubles. On 4 March 2019, Trungelliti reached his best singles rankings of world number 112.
The Krugerrand is a South African coin, first minted on 3 July 1967 to help market South African gold and produced by Rand Refinery and the South African Mint. The name is a compound of Paul Kruger, the former President of the South African Republic (depicted on the obverse), and rand, the South African unit of currency.
Krüger, Kruger or Krueger are German surnames originating from Krüger, meaning tavern-keeper in Low Saxon or potter in High German. Notable people with the surname include: Adalbert Krueger (1832–1896), German astronomer Alan Krueger (1960–2019), American economist Alex Kruger (born 1963), English Olympic decathlete Alma Kruger (1868/1871–1960), American stage and film actress Anne Osborn Krueger (born 1934), American economist Anton Robert Krueger (born 1971), South African writer Barbara Kruger (born 1945), American conceptual artist Bernhard Krüger (1904–1989), German SS officer and counterfeiter Bob Krueger (born 1935), American politician Bradley Kruger (born 1988), Dutch cricketer Carl Kruger (born 1949), American politician Clifford Krueger (1918–1988), American politician David Michael Krueger (born Peter Woodcock; 1939-2010), Canadian serial killer, rapist, and necrophile Debbie Kruger (born 1962), Australian writer Diane Kruger (born 1976), German-American model and actress Erwin Krüger (1915–1973), Nicaraguan singer and poet Frantz Kruger (born 1975), South African discus thrower Franz Krüger (1797–1857), German painter of equestrian portraits Friedrich-Wilhelm Krüger (1894–1945), Nazi official Garnett Kruger (born 1977), South African cricketer Gottfried Krueger, founder of the Gottfried Krueger Brewing Company of Newark, New Jersey, US Hans Krüger (1902–1971), German politician Hardy Krüger (born 1928), German actor Helen Barbara Kruger (1913–2006), American businesswoman Heli Koivula Kruger (born 1975), Finnish track and field athlete Jack Kruger (born 1994), American baseball player Jbe' Kruger (born 1986), South African golfer Jeffrey Kruger (1931–2014), British entertainment business executive Jim Krueger, American comic book writer and novelist Jimmy Kruger (1917–1987), South African minister of justice and the police Joseph Kruger (c.
Kruger 60 is a binary star system located 13.15 light-years from the Sun. These red dwarf stars orbit each other every 44.6 years.
The North East Independent School District is a school district located in San Antonio, Texas, United States. North East ISD serves the north central and northeast areas of Bexar County, covering approximately 144 square miles (370 km2).
Kruger Mpumalanga International Airport is located 27 km north east of Nelspruit in Mpumalanga, South Africa. Construction began in 2001 and it replaced the smaller Nelspruit Airport.
Darrell W. Krueger Library, commonly known as Krueger Library, is the center of research, discovery, and creative output at Winona State University . The library serves more than 10,000 students, faculty, and staff in the WSU community, residents in the city of Winona, Minnesota, and the greater Southeastern Minnesota region.
Krueger Airport is a private airport located 3 miles (5 km) northeast of Boring in Clackamas County, Oregon, United States. Jeff Linscott purchased the property in 2007 and runs JL Aviation from the airport.
Krueger flaps, or Krüger flaps, are lift enhancement devices that may be fitted to the leading edge of an aircraft wing. Unlike slats or droop flaps, the main wing upper surface and its nose is not changed.
The Krueger-Scott Mansion is located in Newark, Essex County, New Jersey, United States. The mansion was built on the corner of Court and High Street in 1888 and was added to the National Register of Historic Places on November 9, 1972.
The Kruger Millions is a hoard of gold reputed to have been hidden in South Africa by or on behalf of President Paul Kruger to avoid it being captured by the British during the Second Boer War. According to myth, about two million pounds in buried gold and diamonds lie hidden in the Blyde River area in the province of Mpumalanga.