Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • n. A plural of corona.

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  • n. Plural form of corona.

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Examples

  • The shapes of these landscape features have not been seen on Titan before, though they bear similarity to spidery features known as coronae on Venus.

    Elites TV

  • The coronary band Pulvinus coronae lies in the coronary groove immediately distal to the periople corium, proximal to the parietal surface of the distal phalanx, and abaxial of the ungular cartilages of the foot.

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  • (Actually, “halo” appeared plenty of times before, but mostly in the context of coronae surrounding images of stars or the moon.)

    The Honor of Being Forgotten

  • Bacchica tantum olim in amoribus praevaluerunt, ut coronae ex illis statuae Bacchi ponerentur.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Objects within this interphased region exist partially in subspace, allowing them to move unharmed through such extremely hostile environments as stellar coronae, volatile nebulae, and radioactive gas giant atmospheres.

    The Starfleet Survival Guide

  • Our conclusion is that dwarf stars are not massive enough to produce coronae with a high enough ‘ambient’ energy level to induce to produce ion storms using Sunseed.

    RIHANNSU #3: SWORDHUNT

  • One research that has been complete for some time now is a method for producing ion storms by selective high-energy ‘seeding’ of stellar coronae.

    Rihannsu: The Bloodwing Voyages

  • Our conclusion is that dwarf stars are not massive enough to produce coronae with a high enough ‘ambient’ energy level to induce ion storms using Sunseed.

    Rihannsu: The Bloodwing Voyages

  • One research that has been complete for some time now is a method for producing ion storms by selective high-energy 'seeding' of stellar coronae.

    My Enemy My Ally

  • Quintilian, noting the changes of fashion in the sounding of the h, enumerates, among other instances of excessive use of the aspirate, the words _choronae_ (for _coronae_), _chenturiones_ (for _centuriones_),

    The Roman Pronunciation of Latin Why we use it and how to use it

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