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corona

 [kŏ-ro´nah] (pl. coro´nae, coronas) (L.)
crown; in anatomic nomenclature, an eminence or encircling structure that resembles a crown. adj., adj cor´onal.
corona radia´ta
1. the radiating crown of projection fibers passing from the internal capsule to every part of the cerebral cortex.
2. an investing layer of radially elongated follicle cells surrounding the zona pellucida of the ovum; it accompanies the oocyte during ovulation.

crown

(krown), [TA]
1. Any structure, normal or pathologic, resembling or suggesting a crown or a wreath.
2. In dentistry, that part of a tooth that is covered with enamel. Synonym(s): corona [TA]
3. An artificial substitute for the part of a tooth that is normally covered with enamel.
[L. corona]

corona

/co·ro·na/ (kŏ-ro´nah) pl. coro´nae, coronas   [L.] a crown; in anatomical nomenclature, a crownlike eminence or encircling structure.cor´onal
corona glan´dis pe´nis  the rounded proximal border of the glans penis.
corona radia´ta 
1. the radiating crown of projection fibers passing from the internal capsule to every part of the cerebral cortex.
2. an investing layer of radially elongated follicle cells surrounding the zona pellucida.
corona ve´neris  a ring of syphilitic sores around the forehead.

corona

(kə-rō′nə)
n. pl. coro·nas or coro·nae (-nē)
1. Astronomy
a. A faintly colored luminous ring or halo appearing to surround a celestial body when viewed through a haze or thin cloud, especially such a ring around the moon or sun, caused by scattering or diffraction of light from suspended particulate matter in the intervening medium. Also called aureole.
b. The luminous irregular envelope of extremely hot and highly ionized gas located outside the chromosphere of the sun.
2. Architecture An overhanging part near the top of a classical cornice, having a flat outer face.
3. A cigar with a long tapering body and blunt ends.
4. Anatomy The crownlike upper portion of a bodily part or structure, such as the top of the head.
5. Botany A crown-shaped, funnel-shaped, or trumpet-shaped outgrowth or appendage of the perianth of certain flowers, such as a daffodil. Also called crown.
6. Electricity A faint glow enveloping the high-field electrode in a corona discharge, often accompanied by streamers directed toward the low-field electrode.

corona

[kərō′nə]
Etymology: L, crown
1 a crown.
2 a crownlike projection or encircling structure, such as a process extending from a bone. coronal, coronoid, adj.

corona of penis

A ridge of skin separating the penis head from the shaft, which corresponds to the “trailing” edge of the head.

crown

(krown)
1. Any structure, normal or pathologic, resembling or suggesting a crown or a wreath.
2. dentistry That part of a tooth that is covered with enamel, or an artificial substitute for that part.
Synonym(s): corona [TA] .
[L. corona]

corona

Any structure resembling a crown.

corona

a trumpet-shaped outgrowth of the PERIANTH, as in daffodil flowers.

crown

(krown)
1. [TA] In dentistry, that part of a tooth that is covered with enamel.
2. An artificial substitute for the part of a tooth that is normally covered with enamel.
[L. corona]

Corona

a type of canary, which can be any breed; distinguished by a cap of feathers like an inverted saucer or a Beatles haircut. Called also Crested.

corona

pl. coronae [L.] a crown; a crownlike eminence or encircling structure.

glans corona
the prominent, denticulated margin of the glans penis in the stallion.
corona radiata
1. the radiating crown of projection fibers passing from the internal capsule to every part of the cerebral cortex.
2. an investing layer of radially elongated follicle cells surrounding the zona pellucida of the ovum.
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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.
The diet of coastal breeding hooded crows Corvus corone cornix.
Ya decia Connolly que un critico es un catador de alto nivel, que toma un trago de unas cuantas paginas, lo escupe espera que el famoso final que deja corone su deleite del paso por la boca y del buque.
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Deja que te corone con las tunas cardonas desde tupida nopalera altiplano y rejega y que te aguantes con el chichicaste de las rosas guadalupanas, unicas que tenemos, por ahora, en las venas y en las arterias que van a dar a nuestro corazon mezcalero y tlachicoton
precedente; ma qui conta la ripresa della stessa immagine sacrale, rituale, che ha in Properzio una logica fondata sul concetto di poesia come offerta votiva conservata nel testo sidoniano: Properzio ha parlato di statue imponenti, sul cui capo si pongono corone, in riti evidentemente sontuosi (per chi puo compierne di sontuosi), e, poi di incensi umili in riti semplici e poveri.
Dice san Agustin: <ni te extrane que Cristo haya pasado por tentaciones; El quiso pasar por tentaciones para que te reconocieras en el, tentado, pero tambien para que te reconozcas en el vencedor; si vas a ser coronado, como quieres que se te corone si no has triunfado; y como vas a triunfar si no has combatido, y como vas a combatir si no tienes tentaciones>.
No se trata de que no se haya ensenado su obra en escuelas o universidades, ni tampoco de que su nombre no corone la placa de alguna sala universitaria o de otra institucion.
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3) Un cierre que, al final, corone -o refuerce- el papel de la entrada comun
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