Coronel

• (n.) A colonel. • (n.) The iron head of a tilting spear, divided into two, three, or four blunt points.
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Coronel

Cor'o·nel noun [ Confer Cronel , Crown .] (Anc. Armor) The iron head of a tilting spear, divided into two, three, or four blunt points. [ Written also cronel .] Grose.
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Coronel

Coro'nel noun [ See Colonel .] A colonel. [ Obsolete] Spenser.
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Coronel

A lance head, usually of iron, formed with a point in the form of three or more short blunt spikes and used in the ‘Gestech’ or joust of peace.
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Coronel

Area of Atlantic coastline off Chile. Scene of a German naval victory over the Royal Navy on 1 November 1914.
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Coronel

city, south-central Chile. It lies along the Gulf of Arauco of the Pacific Ocean, just south of Concepción. Founded in 1851, it received city status ...
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Coronel

Coronel (kōrōnel') , city (1990 est. pop. 74,090), S central Chile, a port on the Pacific Ocean. It is a major coaling station and a shipping point for lumber and the coal from nearby mines. In a naval engagement off Coronel on Nov. 1, 1914, during World War I, German Admiral Graf vo...
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