Cent : euro :: ___ : krona

The clue "Cent : euro :: ___ : krona" was last spotted by us at the New York Times Crossword on October 27 2019.

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New York Times Clues October 27, 2019

Iraq War concern, in brief
An earl outranks him
Billiards maneuver
Exclaim "@#%!"
Tilling tool
QB defenders, collectively
Relating to a certain arm bone
___ Kenyatta, president of Kenya starting in 2013
Something set by a stove
Year of the final flight of the Concordes
French-speaking African nation
Eyedropper, essentially
Submission to a record label, once
Rodeo loop
Accessory with a bass drum
Major fuss
Wedding bands?
Way out there
Hand over
Take a mulligan on
"<<" button: Abbr.
Ricochet like a hockey puck
To a certain extent, colloquially
Ad phrase indicating higher pricing tiers
Amtrak stop: Abbr.
Infomercial imperative
Pill bug, biologically
Intake suggestion, briefly
Unlock, to Shakespeare
Third-longest river in Europe, after the Volga and Danube
Tear to shreds
Partner of 46-Down in the frozen food business
Brown seaweeds
U.S. island owned almost entirely by billionaire Larry Ellison
Manic-looking, in a way
Neutral response from a therapist
Pattern once used for hospital volunteer uniforms, with a hint to this puzzle's theme
Loser of a beauty contest, in myth
Birds known to mimic car alarms and human speech
Graduate's "honor"
Carousel mount, to a tot
Mark of a scam artist
Hooked on
Laura of "Big Little Lies"
Emulate Johnny Appleseed
H, to Hellenes
"Ya dig?," in more modern slang
Get up in the face of
Emma Stone's role in "La La Land"
Protagonist in Toni Morrison's "Beloved"
Skate park features
Place for regulars
Handel's "___, Galatea e Polifemo"
Glenn Frey's "The Heat ___"
Bad thing to come up in a title search
Total failure
Important members of the community, so to speak
Where menisci are found
What socks usually do
Bitter green
Regards covetously
Display piece for tchotchkes
Virtual sticky
Battling it out
One of 11 in a Christmas carol
Provide an address
French novelist Zola
Company that once offered "the Thrift Book of a Nation"
Excited, with "up"
Foil alternatives
Meditative syllables
Big fat lies
Where you might need to get a grip
In one's heart of hearts
Pop covers
Stopped a flight
Frosty encrustation
Its square equals its square root
Types who think school is too cool
They're kept under wraps for a long time
Nut extract used in skin care
Derisive chuckles
Didn't just hint at
Verdi's "___ tu"
Gold digger's goldmine
Alma mater of Tesla's Elon Musk
Jazzman Blake
Like a crowd when the headliner takes the stage
Like some servings of Scotch
"You get the idea"
New Guinea port that was Amelia Earhart's last known point of departure
Large, purple Hanna-Barbera character
Campaign ... or a campaign topic
Original N.Y.C. subway line
Partner of 59-Across in the frozen food business
Dairy sources
Biweekly occurrence, for many
Actress Fay of the original "King Kong"
Neuf deux
Abbr. between * and #
Separation at a wedding?
What x's sometimes represent
Executor's charge
Pounce on, as an opportunity
The "two" in "two if by sea"
Portuguese-speaking African nation
What lettuce lends to a sandwich
Popular D.I.Y. site
Endeavor recognized by the César awards
Reid of "The Big Lebowski"
They come through when you need them most
Total stunners
Sketch out
W-2 IDs
Its closest neighbor is Andromeda
Mr. Wrong
All-vowel avowal
Carry some relevance for
Mode, on a menu
Neon marker
Is blinded by rage
Cent : euro :: ___ : krona
Modern, in Munich
Epic narrative
Tiny objections
What many a navel-gazer gazes at
Treatment for Parkinson's
Word repeated in "___ ou ne pas ___"
Lake bordered by four states and a province
Just ducky
Person who might call you out