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coronet

(kôr′ə-nĕt′, kŏr′-)
n.
The upper margin of a horse's hoof.

coronet

see coronary band.
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As it boosts its cyber defenses by establishing a Cyber Security Centre of Excellence (COE) alliance, mobile network operator StarHub has selected software firm Coronet for its technology of detecting wireless threats.
As the first firm to monitor the global wireless environment for threats, and automatically assess the risk associated with connecting to all wireless networks, Coronet joins the list of industry partners in COE alliance including Blue Coat, Cyberbit, Fortinet, Wedge Networks, Nanyang Polytechnic, Republic Polytechnic, Temasek Polytechnic, and Singapore University of Technology and Design.
Conn-Selmer donated 50 instruments including flutes, clarinets, trumpets, saxophones, trombones, coronets and a full drum kit.
Working Title Films is developing a remake of the 1949 Ealing classic "Kind Hearts and Coronets.
Coronets are five years old and they crop apples in their first year.
You normally need to buy Coronets in pairs as one will pollinate the other.
Eliot's play, A Cocktail Party, to a secret agent in the television versions of two spy stories by John Le Carre; and second, his chameleon-like quality: he was "a man of many faces," and when he entitled a volume of memoirs My Name Escapes Me he made his mark in a number of comic films, including one called Kind Hearts and Coronets, in which he displayed his versatility by playing the entire d'Ascoyne family, both males and females, in his own words "eight speaking parts, one non-speaking cameo, and a portrait in oils.
Robin Williams is being mentioned as a possible to take on the eight different roles once played by Alec Guinness in the classic 1949 British comedy Kind Hearts And Coronets.
Danza arranged for Casio Keyboards to donate 30 keyboards and a digital piano for a new keyboard lab, and Conn-Selmer to donate about 50 instruments including flutes, clarinets, trumpets, saxophones, trombones, coronets and a full drum kit.
Crooked tarts and coronets Channel 4, ThursdayTWO elderly Aussies conned pillars of the British Establishment out of thousands and showed absolutely no remorse.
For 50 years,the Coronet Debutantes are presented to society in white gowns, pink muffs and long white gloves, as well as tiny gold coronets (they represent family devotion and dedicated service to others) worn on white velvet cords around their necks.
K IND Hearts and Coronets was a 1949 film which became a classic Ealing Comedy.