(Previously “Ventura Publisher”) The first full-featured desktop publishing program available for the IBM personal computer and compatibles. Ventura Publisher was originally distributed by Ventura, a wholy owned subsiduary of Xerox Corporation but was acquired by Corel Corporation in September 1993.
Latest version: Corel VENTURA 8, as of 1999-04-05.
corelysis co·rel·y·sis (kô-rěl’ĭ-sĭs) n. Surgical detachment of the adhesions between the capsule of the lens and the iris.
[kawr-mey-ker, kohr-] /ˈkɔrˌmeɪ kər, ˈkoʊr-/ noun, Metallurgy. 1. a person who makes for foundry molds.
noun, Computers. 1. former term for , which was composed of ring-shaped magnets called cores. noun, Computers. 1. program-addressable storage that is directly controlled by and generally contained in the CPU: except for cache storage, the fastest type of storage available to any computer system. noun 1. the central memory-storage facility in a computer
[kaw-ree-mee-uh m, koh-, kuh-] /kɔˈri mi əm, koʊ-, kə-/ noun, plural coremia [kaw-ree–mee-uh, koh-, kuh-] /kɔˈri mi ə, koʊ-, kə-/ (Show IPA). Mycology. 1. the fruiting bodies of certain fungi, consisting of a loosely bound bundle of conidiophores.