Corus

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Corus may refer to:

Places[edit]

Facilities and structures[edit]

  • Corus Quay, Toronto, Ontario, Canada; an office tower

Fictional locations[edit]

  • Corus, a fictional world that is the setting for the fantasy series The Corean Chronicles by L. E. Modesitt, Jr.

People[edit]

Mythological characters[edit]

  • Corus or Caurus, one of the Anemoi and the Roman god of the northwest wind
  • Corus (mythology), in Greek mythology the spirit and personification of surfeit and disdain

Events[edit]

Companies[edit]

Sport[edit]

Biology[edit]

  • Corus (genus), a genus of beetles in the longhorn subfamily Lamiinae
  • Miletus croton corus (M. c. corus), a subspecies of butterfly
  • Papilio corus (P. corus) or Euploea phaenareta corus (E. p. corus), a former species now subspecies of butterfly

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