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.
corona caught at the word and repeated it with a shiver of excitement.
During one of these periods of observation she perceived corona Raybold approaching.
corona's laugh was like the bubbling of water in a hidden well.
In the same way as the corona, the chromosphere and prominences were for a time supposed to belong to the moon.
But here, as corona caught her breath, he turned and stared.
When corona had finished speaking, Giovanni was silent for a few moments.
And what (do you suppose) did corona seek in the kitchen garden?
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)