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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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The family of late Chief Justice Renato Corona has appealed the Sandiganbayan's ruling allowing the Office of the Ombudsman to scrutinize their bank accounts in connection with their P130.
En el mundo cristiano, en las coronas asociadas a los martires, se adoptaran los significados patentes en las tradiciones anteriores, la clasica y la judaica (10), asi podemos decir que las coronas pretenden simbolizar la victoria del martir ante la muerte, su union con Cristo--tan estrecha como la de un matrimonio--por la semejanza del martirio con su Pasion y por tanto, al estar unido a El tan estrechamente, surge una necesidad de veneracion (11), de igual manera que en el mundo clasico eran venerados los dioses y los heroes, aunque en el cristianismo la veneracion se realizara de forma diferente (12).
Within the last two years, Corona just took off,'' said El Jardin's promotions manager, Danny Arias, who estimates the club sells 10 times more Corona than Bud during winter months.
In The Nature of Light and Color in the Outdoors, Marcel Minnaert mentions coronas in a clear sky but does not discuss their shape.
Each type of mind gives off a different pattern, for example the corona of a schizophrenic's brain is fuzzy and less bright than a that of a healthy person.
Coronas and plasmas can treat virtually all thermoplastics, thermosets and elastomers, but the surface effect wears off.
Clearly, the clause to the best of his knowledge and information shows the absence of a willful and deliberate assertion of falsehood, Corona said.
Linsky says the surfaces of stars warmer than CN Leonis would be too bright for their coronas to be readily studied in the same way.
5, sheriff Alexander Valencia told the antigraft court's Second Division that Rosemarie Osoteo, vice president of Land Bank of the Philippines (LBP), informed him that an account registered under the name of Corona in the bank's branch on Taft Avenue, Manila, only had P2,158.
Instead, TRACE found that the temperature is uniform from the top of the corona to the bottom.
Jose Coronas, 54, is formerly president of Johnson & Johnson Clinical Diagnostics, Inc.
The Ombudsman said from 2002 to 2010, Coronas actual cash deposits ballooned from P1,337,072.