Coronet

  • 21coronet — cor|o|net [ˈkɔrənıt US ˌko:rəˈnet, ˌka: ] n [Date: 1300 1400; : Old French; Origin: coronete, from corone; CROWN1] a small ↑crown worn by princes or other members of a royal family, especially on formal occasions …

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  • 22coronet — cor|o|net [ kɔrənət ] noun count a small CROWN …

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  • 23coronet — cor·o·net || kÉ’rÉ™nɪt n. small crown; crown like ornament worn on the head …

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  • 24coronet — [ kɒr(ə)nɪt] noun 1》 a small or simple crown, especially as worn by lesser royalty and nobles.     ↘a circular decoration for the head. 2》 a ring of bone at the base of a deer s antler. 3》 the band of tissue containing the horn producing cells… …

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  • 25coronet — noun See crown 1. 1) …

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  • 26coronet — n crown, garland, wreath, chaplet; laurel, bay …

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  • 27coronet — cor·o·net …

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  • 28coronet — cor•o•net [[t]ˌkɔr əˈnɛt, ˌkɒr [/t]] n. 1) a small crown 2) a crown worn by nobles or peers 3) jew a crownlike ornament for the head, as of jewels 4) zool. the lowest part of the pastern of a horse or other hoofed animal, just above the hoof •… …

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  • 29coronet — /ˈkɒrənət / (say koruhnuht), /kɒrəˈnɛt/ (say koruh net) noun 1. a small or inferior crown. 2. an insignia for the head, worn by peers or members of nobility. 3. a crown like ornament for the head, as of gold or jewels. 4. the lowest part of the… …

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  • 30coronet —   Koleneka …

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  • 31Coronet (yacht) — CORONET (Wooden Hull Schooner Yacht) U.S. National Register of Historic Places …

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  • 32Coronet (disambiguation) — Coronet is a type of crown. Coronet may also refer to: Contents 1 Animals 2 Automobiles 3 Businesses 4 Military history …

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  • 33Coronet of Frederick, Prince of Wales — (Copy) The Coronet of Frederick, Prince of Wales is a coronet manufactured in 1728 for Frederick, Prince of Wales, Heir Apparent of King George II of Great Britain. The solid gold single arched coronet was manufactured probably by royal goldsmith …

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  • 34Coronet of George, Prince of Wales — Coronet of George, Prince of Wales. The Coronet of George, Prince of Wales, manufactured in 1901 1902, is a single arched silver gilt coronet made for the then Prince of Wales (the future King George V) to wear at the coronation of his father,… …

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  • 35Coronet (magazine) — Coronet August 1965 Former editors Arnold Gingrich (1937), Fritz Bamberger (1942) Categories General Interest Digest Frequency Monthly …

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  • 36Coronet Flats — (also known as Coronet Court) is a residential apartment building on the corner of Brunswick Street and Elystan Road, New Farm, Queensland, Australia. With its prominent siting, unusual form, and striking art deco style, Coronet Flats is… …

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  • 37Coronet Blue — Format Drama Created by Larry Cohen Starring Frank Converse Brian Bedford Country of origin United States …

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  • 38Coronet Films — (also Coronet Instructional Media Inc.) was a producer and distributor of American educational films from 1946 to the early 1970s founded by David A. Smart. The company, whose library is currently owned and distributed by The Phoenix Learning… …

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  • 39Coronet John Farnum, Jr., House — Coronet John Farnum, Jr. House U.S. National Register of Historic Places Locat …

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  • 40Coronet Industries — Incorporated is a chemical company that operated a plant converting phosphate to animal feed outside of Plant City, Florida. The plant operated for over 100 years before closing in March 2004 in the midst of an investigation by the United States… …

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