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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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Coronet also provides its enterprise version to Lenovo corporate customers through its Affiliate Software program, allowing them to realize the full potential of Coronet technology to secure their workforce.
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WRIGHT's Ascot day and Power in When asked if Coronet could step up in trip and bid for the St Leger, Gosden added: "She will get further than a mile and a half.
Coronet CEO Guy Moskowitz said the group's technology would greatly help StarHub's business customers with real-time visibility to wireless threats on networks around devices.
The coronet is considered one of the most important jewels of Queen Victoria's long reign and was designed for her by Prince Albert in 1840, the year of their wedding.
The Coronet cinema, Cardiff, pictured in October 1957 |
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Each English fine bone china piece bears the couple's entwined initials in gold and silver surmounted by Prince William's coronet and the wedding date.
The operation named Coronet was slated to start in November 1945.
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