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  • 1 Coral — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Para otros usos de este término, véase Coral (desambiguación). Coral en forma de pilar …

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  • 2 Coral — Cor al, n. [Of. coral, F, corail, L. corallum, coralium, fr. Gr. kora llion.] 1. (Zo[ o]l.) The hard parts or skeleton of various Anthozoa, and of a few Hydrozoa. Similar structures are also formed by some Bryozoa. [1913 Webster] Note: The large… …

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  • 3 Coral 66 — Paradigm(s) procedural, imperative, structured Appeared in 1964; 47 years ago (1964) Designed by Royal Radar Establishment Influenced by ALGOL …

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  • 4 Coral — steht für Coral (Netzwerk) Il Coral, Gesangbuch The Coral, Musikgruppe Siehe auch Coral Records Coral Gables Coral Springs Cape Coral Coral Bay Choral Koralle …

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  • 5 Coral — (Cape Coral,США) Категория отеля: Адрес: Cape Coral, 33990, США Описание …

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  • 6 coral — [kôr′əl, kär′əl] n. [OFr < L coralium < Gr korallion < ? Heb gōrál, pebble or Ar garal, small stone] 1. the hard, stony skeleton secreted by certain marine polyps (class Anthozoa) and often deposited in extensive masses forming reefs and …

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  • 7 coral — adjetivo 1. Área: música De la música de coro: Los cantos corales encierran cierta solemnidad. sustantivo masculino 1. Corallium rubrum. Animal celentéreo que tiene un esqueleto externo de color rojo o rosado y vive en colonias en mares… …

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  • 8 coral — Es masculino cuando significa ‘celentéreo que vive en colonias, cuyo esqueleto calcáreo pulimentado se usa en joyería’: «Bajo el mar se pueden encontrar algas y corales gigantescos» (Lux Chile [Chile 1997]); y ‘composición vocal propia del culto… …

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  • 9 coral — c.1300, from O.Fr. coral (12c., Mod.Fr.corail), from L. corallium, from Gk. korallion; perhaps of Sem. origin (Cf. Heb. goral small pebble, Arabic garal small stone ), originally just the red variety found in the Mediterranean, hence use of the… …

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  • 10 Coral — (Франгокастелло,Греция) Категория отеля: Адрес: Frangokastello, Франгокастелло, 73011, Греция …

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  • 11 Coral — Le nom se rencontre en Lorraine, où il semble désigner un personnage amical, sympathique (sens de l adjectif coral en ancien français). On le trouve également en Catalogne et dans le Sud Ouest, où il peut avoir trois sens : soit un nom de… …

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  • 12 coral —    Coral beads hung round babies necks were seen by some as purely decorative, and coral teething rings as purely practical; however, others believed coral warded off evil, as Reginald *Scot noted in 1584:    The corrall preserveth such as beare… …

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  • 13 coral — ► NOUN 1) a hard stony substance secreted by certain marine animals as an external skeleton, typically forming large reefs. 2) precious red coral, used in jewellery. 3) the pinkish red colour of red coral. ORIGIN Greek korallion, kouralion …

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  • 14 Coral — (Санта Мария,Кабо Верде) Категория отеля: Адрес: Praia Antonio Susa, 4111 Санта Мария, Кабо В …

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  • 15 Coral — f English: late 19th century coinage. This is one of the group of girls names taken from the vocabulary of jewellery. Coral is a beautiful pink calcareous material found in warm seas; it actually consists of the skeletons of millions of tiny sea… …

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  • 16 coral — s. m. 1. Concreção calcária e ramosa que serve de eixo a certos pólipos. 2. Ova do camarão e outros crustáceos. 3. Coraleira (árvore). 4. Carúncula do peru e outras aves. 5.  [Figurado] Cor vermelha. • adj. 2 g. 6. De coro …

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  • 17 Coral — For other uses, see Coral (disambiguation). Coral Pillar coral, Dendrogyra cylindricus Scientific classification Kingdom …

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  • 18 coral — corallike, adj. /kawr euhl, kor /, n. 1. the hard, variously colored, calcareous skeleton secreted by certain marine polyps. 2. such skeletons collectively, forming reefs, islands, etc. 3. the solitary or colonial polyp that secretes this… …

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  • 19 Coral — I (Del lat. corallium gr. korallion.) ► sustantivo masculino 1 ZOOLOGÍA Celentéreo antozoo que vive en colonias cuyos individuos están unidos entre sí por un esqueleto calcáreo y ramificado de color blanco, rojo o rosado, que vive en aguas claras …

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  • 20 Coral — /kawr euhl, kor /, n. a female given name. * * * I Any of about 2,300 species of marine cnidarians in the class Anthozoa that are characterized by stonelike, horny, or leathery skeletons (external or internal). The skeletons of these animals are… …

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