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The birches and aspens are turned to trees of gold, and only the great oak keeps his coronal of green.
Haply her truant tresses mock Some coronal of shapelier block, To wit, the bounding billy-cock.
No coronal effect was noted, though a pulsating nebulous area appeared in front of the moon just before contact.
They placed a coronal of blooming orange flowers upon her faultless head.
BARON BRUNOLOUISA MORGAN
To prevent this shave off the hair from the coronal commissures, and apply the following plaster to the place.
Its birthday robe was yet a-weaving, its coronal of blossoms yet folded buds, its choristers not ready with their fullest pæans.
AUDREYMARY JOHNSTON
Mention is also made of a coronal of silver, with which she wreathed her hair; of her necklaces and ornaments of pearl.
The humblest weedWore its own coronal, and gayly boldWaved jeweled sceptre.
A BIRD-LOVER IN THE WESTOLIVE THORNE MILLER
Mention is also made of a coronal of silver with which she wreathed her hair; of her necklaces and ornaments of pearls.
They traded the gold—all except the coronal and a sunlike plate upon the breast of the cacique—willingly enough.
1492MARY JOHNSTON

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