Cordelia

[disambiguation] Cordelia is a common given name. It may also refer to: ==Music== ==Place names== In the United States: ==Other uses== ...
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Cordelia

[King Lear] Cordelia is a fictional character in William Shakespeare’s tragic play, King Lear. She is the youngest of King Lear’s three daughters, and his favourite. After her elderly father offers her the opportunity to profess her love to him in return for one third of the land in his kingdom, she refuses and is banished for the major...
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Cordelia

[butterfly] Cordelia is a genus of butterfly in the family Lycaenidae. ...
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Cordelia

Cordelia is a daughter to King Lear.
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Cordelia

Satellite of the planet Uranus. See TABLE 9. URANUS - SATELLITE DATA
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Cordelia

(from the article `Uranus`) ...They are estimated to be between about 10 and 80 km (6 and 50 miles) in radius, and they orbit the planet at distances between 49,800 and 86,000 ... Voyager 2 found that the innermost two moons, Cordelia and Ophelia, orbit on either side of the Epsilon ring at exactly the right radii required for ... [2...
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Cordelia

Cordelia is a English girl name. The meaning of the name is `Daugher of the Sea` Where is it used? The name Cordelia is mainly used In English. From Old English. Cordelia doesn`t appear In 2007`s top-1000 name list.The last time Cordelia appeared In the top-1000 was 58 years ago, In 1950. It ranked #987 In that year. . 1880 was a `top year` fo...
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Cordelia

The innermost moon of Uranus. It is named after the youngest daughter of King Lear in Shakespeare's play and is also known as Uranus VI. Cordelia acts as the inner shepherd moon of Uranus' epsilon ring (see Uranus, rings). It was discovered by the Voyager scientist Richard J. Terrile from images tak...
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Cordelia

Cordelia, in astronomy, one of the natural satellites, or moons, of Uranus.
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Cordelia

In Welsh Celtic mythology, Cordelia was the daughter of Llyr. She has two lovers, Gwynn and Gwythr, who fight for her on the 1st of May each year and will continue to do so until the day of doom when one shall be victorious and marry her.
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Cordélia

Cordélia is a 1980 Canadian French language film based on the book La lampe dans la fenêtre by Pauline Cadieux. It was directed and written by Jean Beaudin. == Plot == Set in a village in the 1890s, a woman (Viau) whose husband is away invites men into her home. This action offends the conservative villagers. One of the men who was invited in is...
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Cordelia

Cordelia is a feminine given name, popularly associated with Latin cor (genitive cordis) `heart`. It was borne by the tragic heroine of Shakespeare`s King Lear (1606), a character based on the legendary queen Cordeilla. The name is of uncertain origin as is related to the Celtic Welsh name Creiddylad, allegedly meaning `jewel of the sea`, alt...
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Cordelia

[moon] Cordelia (ə {respell|kor|DEE|lee-ə}) is the innermost known moon of Uranus. It was discovered from the images taken by Voyager 2 on January 20, 1986, and was given the temporary designation S/1986 U 7. It was not detected again until the Hubble Space Telescope observed it in 1997. Cordelia takes its name from the youngest daughter ...
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