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- n. A cobweb-like annulus on certain types of mushroom.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. a cobwebby remnant of the partial veil which in some mature mushrooms hang from the edges of the cap.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In hymenomycetous fungi, a marginal veil ruptured at its connection with the stipe, and hanging from the pileus as a shreddy membrane. Also called curtain.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a cobwebby partial veil consisting of silky fibrils
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La cqaptura de @jeanfer me parece una descarada cortina de humo para desviar la atencion de las acusasiones al presidente Colon #escandalogt
HEADLINING Ford cortina sedan1963/65 MK1 white star
You see, you have a problem with your worldview, unlike Clinton or even FDR who interred a bunch of Japanese-Americans and Innuits behind cortina wire, Bush 43 never raised his hand against THE AMERICAN PEOPLE.
Maybe we should quite trying to make overseas cars 'american' (pontiac G6, GTO, the astra, pontiac grand prix, ford escort / cortina, mercury capri (various generations)) and just sell them for what they are under their original names and designs.
Until their destruction during World War II, the monasteries and churches of the Walled City had lovingly preserved many medieval liturgical practices from Spain, such as the use of the cortina to hide the sanctuary during Lent, and tunicled acolytes.
Guardian | The zone of faith will save us from the sovereignity of the mob Nesta era em que o software pode erguer uma cortina a mediar o nosso interface com o mundo, o papel dos editores é cada vez mais importante.
Baixa-se a cortina, exeunt homines, as luzes desvanecem-se...
'Phoebe, mone, si Cymaeae mihi conscia vatis stat casta cortina domo, si laurea digna fronte viret.'
It is, both outside and inside, of a whitish violet color, often fibrillose above, with the cortina, and sometimes with the white veil, in the form of a zone at the middle.
Maeoniumque bibat felici pectore fontem. mox et Socratico plenus grege mittat habenas liber et ingentis quatiat Demosthenis arma. hinc Romana manus circumfluat et modo Graio exonerata sono mutet suffusa saporem. interdum subducta foro det pagina cursum et cortina  sonet celeri distincta meatu; dein  epulas et bella truci memorata canore grandiaque indomiti Ciceronis verba minetur. his animum succinge bonis: sic flumine largo plenus Pierio defundes pectore verba.
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