Definition of Corulers

1. coruler [n] - See also: coruler



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Corulers

cortinar
cortinars
cortinas
cortins
cortisol
cortisol acetate
cortisol delta 4-reductase
cortisol lyase
cortisol suppression test
cortisols
cortisone
cortisone reductase
cortisones
cortodoxone
coruler
corulers (current term)
corundom
corundum
corundums
coruscant
coruscate
coruscated
coruscates
coruscating
coruscatingly
coruscation
coruscations
corvee
corvees
corven

Literary usage of Corulers

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1. History: Fiction of Science? by Anatoly Fomenko (2005)
"Having made the distinction between the corulers, we find that the difference disappears, the durations of empires begin to coincide, and the two dynasties ..."

2. The German Emperor as Shown in His Public Utterances by William, Christian Frederick Gauss (1915)
"I trust that your patriotic, self-sacrificing assistance in the pursuance of this aim will not fail me and my honored corulers. The Emperor followed the ..."

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