On one occasion, he opened fire with a rifle on officers in corona who were tasked with protecting one of his would-be targets.
corona, who had finished her own slight breakfast some minutes before, immediately arose and followed him.
For Capricornus's sake and for corona's all this is hid from the world.
During one of these periods of observation she perceived corona Raybold approaching.
There is, we believe, no evidence that the corona catches pollen.
In the same way as the corona, the chromosphere and prominences were for a time supposed to belong to the moon.
The bishop hesitated for a moment, and then he accompanied corona.
When corona had finished speaking, Giovanni was silent for a few moments.
But long before they arrived corona finished her meal and rose.
corona well knew that she should get no greater concession than this.
corona co·ro·na (kə-rō'nə)
n. pl. co·ro·nas or co·ro·nae (-nē)
The crownlike upper portion of a body part or structure, such as the top of the head.
Plural coronas or coronae (kə-rō'nē)