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  • noun

Synonyms for aureole

the outermost region of the sun's atmosphere

an indication of radiant light drawn around the head of a saint

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The fascination of a charming, virtuous, highly educated woman might make his way easier, might do wonders in attracting people to him, throwing an aureole round him, and now everything was in ruins
Certainly the race and the chance of her Cecil Boyd-Rochfort-trained Aureole had the full attention of the young Elizabeth, even on the morning of her big day at Westminster Abbey.
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Reprise en mains fin novembre par Luiz Felipe Scolari, encore aureole de son titre de champion du monde en 2002, la Selecao est peu ou prou restee dans le sillon cahoteux trace par son predecesseur Mano Menezes, jalonne de nuls et marque par les contre-performances face aux nations huppees.
The through-block between the Conde Nast building and the Bank of America tower will be transformed into a performance venue with food by Charlie Palmer's Aureole and a late-night dance party.
They are on her list of favorites alongside Le Sacre du Printemps (The Rehearsal), Aureole, Black Tuesday, and Brief Encounters.
Why at elections should they be given the importance as if they are epic aureole and compare the survival of the current government with biblical flood?
Her runner in the Derby that year was Aureole, who finished a fourlength runner-up.
He showed his gratitude six days later by beating the Queen's horse, Aureole, into second place in the Derby.
And observers should look for the aureole during the entire 18 minutes of egress.
50, in celebration of the 50th anniversary of Aureole, a work that helped to change the history of modern dance.
His translations of Luis Cernuda and Pablo Neruda have appeared in Stand Magazine and LUNA, as well as a chapbook of translations, Exiled from the Throne of Night (2008), from Aureole Press at the University of Toledo-Ohio.
The closest she has come was a second place with Aureole in her coronation year, 1953.
Organizers of World Tea Expo Say More Chefs Are Cooking with Tea; a June 26 Workshop at Charlie Palmer's Aureole Demonstrates How Restaurants Are Tapping into This Tasty Trend
Especially, our research addresses the emplacement conditions of the pluton in the low--medium grade metamorphic country rock that produced a contact metamorphic aureole around the pluton.