Definitions for "Corona"
A crown or garland bestowed among the Romans as a reward for distinguished services.
The upper surface of some part, as of a tooth or the skull; a crown.
A peculiar luminous appearance, or aureola, which surrounds the sun, and which is seen only when the sun is totally eclipsed by the moon.
A peculiar phase of the aurora borealis, formed by the concentration or convergence of luminous beams around the point in the heavens indicated by the direction of the dipping needle.
Ionization of air surrounding a conductor caused by the influence of high voltage. Causes deterioration of insulation materials.
one or more circles of light seen around a luminous object
Keywords:  cigar, parejo, gauge, familiar, havana
Traditionally this cigar is 6 inches with a 44 ring gauge.
A sub-category of the Parejos cigar shapes. Traditionally, the Corona is a straight-sided cigar, 5 1/2 inches in length, with a rounded head and an open foot. The Corona has a ring gauge of 42. The Corona is a standard cigar size, and most familiar size and shape for premium cigars.
A cigar that has a thick body, a spherical mouth end, and a straight-cut burning end. The name stems from the La Corona cigar factory in Havana , Cuba , which was the first to manufacture cigars with these characteristics.
Keywords:  glans, shaft, rim, penile, circumcision
margin of the glans penis
The rim or edge of the glans of the penis
The flared rim at the back of the glans. This is the most sensitive part of the penis. After circumcision it is normal for the corona to expand to a diameter significantly greater than that of the penile shaft. Circumcision allows full stimulation of the corona during sexual activity.
Keywords:  athlon, ddr, amd, beer, pilsner
Light Pilsner-type beer
Another AMD DDR Athlon board reference name. Also a great beer, even better with lime.
another AMD DDR Athlon board reference name. Also a brand of beer.
The element that cleans the photoconductive drum or belt of an electrophotographic system after an image is printed.
In an electrophotographic system, the corona cleans the photoconductive drum or belt of the image after it has printed.
The projecting part of a Classic cornice, the under side of which is cut with a recess or channel so as to form a drip. See Illust. of Column.
a member of the cornice, above the bed-moulding and below the cymatium, having a broad vertical face, usually of considerable projection; also called drip or larmier
the top edge of a cornice projecting over the bed-moulding designed to throw off water often termed the drip or weathering.
Keywords:  maraved
350 maravedís
(pl. coronae, adj. coronate) ( Potonié and Kremp, 1955) An equatorial or subequatorial extension of a spore, resembling a cingulum, but divided into fringe-like elements ( fimbria). Example: Reinschospora speciosa.
Keywords:  minutemen, boon, guitarist, trio, punk
"Corona" is a song by American punk/alternative trio The Minutemen, which was composed by the band's lead singer and guitarist D. Boon.
Corona is the name of the fantasy world in which R.A. Salvatore's The Demon Wars Saga and The Highwayman are set.
Keywords:  lrt, edmonton, jasper, alberta, avenue
Corona is an LRT Station operated by Edmonton Transit System in the city of Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. It is located beneath Jasper Avenue between 107 Street and 108 Street.
Corona was the name of a series of US military reconnaissance satellites operated under a CIA program with substantial assistance from the US Air Force, used for photographic surveillance of the Soviet Union, China and other areas from June 1959 until May 1972. The project name is sometimes given as CORONA, but it is a codeword, not an acronym.
The name of the first U.S. spy satellite system. The Corona project utilized a mapping camera system which was launched into space and subsequently returned the film canister to earth for processing and developing. The project was active from 1959 - 1972 launching 121 times with 95 successful missions. By 1968 the KH-4B camera was achieving ground resolution of 2 meters. The Corona project was declassified by the Clinton administration in 1995.
In planetary geology, a corona (plural: coronae) is an oval-shaped feature. Coronae appear on both the planet Venus and Uranus's moon Miranda and may be formed by upwellings of warm material below the surface.
Keywords:  shelly, urchin, skeleton, sea
The shelly skeleton of a sea urchin.
a region of hot gas and magnetic loops that extend hundreds of thousands of miles above the star's visible surface and is best studied with X-rays
Given a tile T in a tiling , the 0-corona of T is just C0(T)={T}. The n-corona of T (n0) is Cn(T)={ S in | S has nonemtpy intersection with some tile in Cn-1(T) }. Coronae can also be defined by starting with other objects in a tiling, like coronae of clusters, edges, vertices.... rather than tiles. The 1-corona of a vertex is also called vertex star.
Keywords:  'dec, declination
Declination ('Dec')
A hanging light formed from one or more (metal) hoops to which lamps or candles are attached.
A region lying above and below the plane of the Galaxy out to much greater distances than the material that gives off electromagnetic radiation.
Keywords:  pause, character, hold, called
A character [|] called the pause or hold.
Keywords:  rose, italian, scene, music, popular
Corona is an Italian musical project that rose to popularity on the popular music scene in 1993.
Keywords:  exclusive
an exclusive d