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Chorion Cho"ri*on, n. [NL., fr. Gr. ?.]
(a) The outer membrane which invests the fetus in the
womb; also, the similar membrane investing many ova at
certain stages of development.
(b) The true skin, or cutis.
2. (Bot.) The outer membrane of seeds of plants.
Historionomer His*to`ri*on"o*mer, n. [Gr. ? history + ? to
One versed in the phenomena of history and the laws
And historionomers will have measured accurately the
sidereal years of races. --Lowell.
Morion Mo"ri*on, n. [F. morion, Sp. morrion; cf. Sp. morra the
upper part of the head, morro anything that is round.]
A kind of open helmet, without visor or beaver, and somewhat
resembling a hat.
A battered morion on his brow. --Sir W.
Morion Mo"ri*on, n. [G.] (Min.)
A dark variety of smoky quartz.
Meaning of Orion from wikipedia
(mythology), a hunter
in Gr**** mythology Orion
(constellation), named after
the mythical hunter Orion
(comics), a DC Comics...
- An ore
is an occurrence
of rock or sediment
that contains sufficient minerals
with economically important
metals, that can be economically...
- prominent directors worked
with Orion during
its most successful years
from 1978 to 1992. Of the films distributed
, four won Academy Awards
- distinctive pattern
has been recognized
in numerous cultures around
the world, and many myths
have been ****ociated with it. Orion
has also been used...
- Older texts frequently refer
to the Orion Nebula
as the Great Nebula
or the Great Orion
Nebula. The Orion Nebula
is one of the most scrutinized...
- The Orion
Multi-Purpose Crew Vehicle
MPCV) is an American-European interplanetary spacecraft intended
a crew of four astronauts
Gr****: Ὠρίων or Ὠαρίων; Latin: Orion
) was a giant huntsman
whom Zeus placed among
as the constellation
is a fictional
character, a superhero
in comic books published
by DC Comics. Orion first appeared
in New Gods #1 (February 1971), and...
- improved variant
as a P-3 Orion replacement later
new-build and improved variant
as a P-3 Orion
replacement; lost to the Boeing...
- name, the Orion
–Cygnus Arm, as well as Local
Bridge, and formerly, the Local
Spur and Orion
Spur. The arm is named
for the Orion