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Synonyms for corona

the outermost region of the sun's atmosphere

(botany) the trumpet-shaped or cup-shaped outgrowth of the corolla of a daffodil or narcissus flower

one or more circles of light seen around a luminous object

(anatomy) any structure that resembles a crown in shape

a long cigar with blunt ends

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The farmland multispecies index was most concordant with the indices of Pica pica, Columba palumbus, Hirundo rustica, Turdus pilaris, Corvus corone, and Tringa totanus ([r.
Maiullari, Franco 2011 Identita e disidentita Riflessioni psicologiche su cappelli, corone e copricapi.
Hanscheid H, Lassmann M, Luster M, Thomas SR, Pacini F, Ceccarelli C, Ladenson PW, Wahl RL, Schlumberger M, Ricard M, Driedger A, Kloos RT, Sherman SI, Haugen BR, Carriere V, Corone C, Reiners C.
Latin name: Corvus corone Family: Crows and allies (Corvidae) Overview: One of the cleverest, most adaptable of our birds.
E' pensando domattina aver una benedizione dal Papa e con la mia quella di piu medaglie, e corone, portero a tutti la sua nuova nuova.
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Now Warren Ginsberg's Chaucer's Italian Tradition extends this investigation in new directions, taking its place as required reading for anyone interested in Chaucer and Italy, and as highly recommended reading for students of the tre corone themselves, particularly Dante and Boccaccio.
Here begynneth a remembraunce of a peedeugre how that the kyng of Englond, Henry the Sext, is truly borne heir vnto the corone of Fraunce by lynyall successioun als wele on his .
16) "Misprision: this is properly when anyone learns or knows, that another has committed treason or felony, and he does not choose to denounce him to the King, or his Council, or to any magistrate, but conceals the offense," STAUNFORD, PLEES DEL CORONE, C.
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