corona

A wreath or crown awarded as military decoration. Various forms existed, which would include: - corona aurea - gold crown. - corona civica - wreath of oak leaves awarded for saving the life of a fellow citizen. - corona classica - fleet crown or naval decoration. - corona exploratoria - crown awarded to scouts. - corona graminea/obsidionalis - gras…...

Corona

The outer layer, and hottest part, of the Sun's atmosphere.

Corona

The outermost layer of the solar atmosphere, characterized by low densities (<1.0E+09/cc) and high temperatures (>1,0E+06deg.K).

Corona

In architecture, a corona is the projecting part of a Classic cornice, the under side of which is cut with a recess or channel so as to form a drip.
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Corona

[LIRR station] ==Original West Flushing Station== Three blocks east of Corona Station was another station named West Flushing that served the community at large. It was located at what is today 108th Street and 44th Avenue, and was built in 1854. Though even the most scholarly railroad historians never knew when the station was closed, it m...
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Corona

A standard cigar size typically 42 ring gauge x 5.5" in length.
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Corona

[typeface] Corona is a serif typeface, designed by Chauncey H. Griffith, and presented by Mergenthaler Linotype in 1941. It is one of five typefaces in Griffith`s `Legibility Group` which contains typefaces especially well-suited to newsprint. Corona is based on forms of the Ionic type and designed to meet the rigorous requirements of high-...
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Corona

[snail] Lists of comics publications by creator. ...
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Corona

See Corona Discharge.
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Corona

[gastropod] clade Euthyneura clade Panpulmonata clade Eupulmonata clade Stylommatophora informal group Sigmurethra | superfamilia = Orthalicoidea | familia = Orthalicidae | subfamilia = Orthalicinae | genus = Corona | genus_authority = Albers, 1850 }} Corona is a genus of air-breathing land snails, terrestrial pulmonate gastropod mollusks i...
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corona

1) The upper level of the solar atmosphere, characterized by low densities and high temperatures (>1.0E+06 K); it is not visible from the Earth except during a total eclipse of the sun or by use of special telescopes called coronagraphs. 2) An ovoid -shaped feature.
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corona

Latin, meaning: crown, diadem.
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corona

The uppermost level of the solar atmosphere, characterized by low densities and high temperatures (> 1,000,000 degrees K).
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Corona

The outermost layer of the solar atmosphere. The corona consists of a highly rarefied gas with a low density and a temperature greater than one million degrees Kelvin. It is visible to the naked eye during a solar eclipse.
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corona

[n] - one or more circles of light seen around a luminous object 2. [n] - (anatomy) any structure that resembles a crown in shape 3. [n] - a long cigar with blunt ends
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Corona

The tenuous, outermost part of the Sun's atmosphere. It is visible to the naked-eye, but only at the time of a total solar eclipse or with the use of specialised instruments.
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Corona

The outermost layer of the Sun´s atmosphere, visible to the eye during a total solar eclipse; it can also be observed through special filters and best of all, by X-ray cameras aboard satellites. The corona is very hot, up to 1-1.5 million degrees centigrade, and is the source of the solar wind. The shape of the corona is different at solar maxim...
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corona

In architecture, the lower vertical part of a cornice, the underside of which has a drip moulding in order to carry off the rain. The term is also used of the crown or circlet suspended from the...
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Corona

Wreath or crown awarded as military decoration.
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Corona

Co·ro'na noun ; plural Latin Coronæ (-n...), English Coronas (-n...z). [ Latin corona crown. See Crown .] 1. A crown or garland bestowed among the Romans as a reward for distinguished services. 2. (Architecture) The projecting part of a Cla...
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corona

A ring of tissue arising from the corolla or perianth of a flower and standing between the perianth lobes and the stamens. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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corona

noun a long cigar with blunt ends
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corona

(kә-ro´nә) pl. coro´nae, coronas Latin word meaning crown. In anatomy, it is used to mean a projection or an encircling structure that resembles a crown. adj., cor´onal., adj. corona radiata the radiating crown of projection fibers passing from the internal capsule to ...
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Corona

• (n.) The projecting part of a Classic cornice, the under side of which is cut with a recess or channel so as to form a drip. See Illust. of Column. • (n.) The upper surface of some part, as of a tooth or the skull; a crown. • (n.) A crown or circlet suspended from the roof or vaulting of churches, to hold tapers lighted on solemn o...
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corona

(from the article `rotifer`) The body may be spherical, flattened, bag-like, or wormlike. The body wall consists of a thin cuticle. Tufts of cilia at the anterior end make up the ... Rotifers show a great diversity of body form. Cilia surround the anterior end of the body and mouth, forming the corona. Cilia may form circumoral ... [...
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