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Ophelia,

in astronomy, one of the natural satellites, or moons, of UranusUranus
, in astronomy, 7th planet from the sun, at a mean distance of 1.78 billion mi (2.87 billion km), with an orbit lying between those of Saturn and Neptune; its period of revolution is slightly more than 84 years.
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Ophelia

(oh-fee -lee-ă) A small satellite of Uranus, discovered by Voyager 2 in 1986. Together with Cordelia, it acts as a shepherd satellite to the outermost (Epsilon) ring. See Uranus' rings; Uranus' satellites; Table 2, backmatter.

Ophelia

[ō′fēl·yə]
(astronomy)
A satellite of Uranus orbiting at a mean distance of 33,400 miles (53,760 kilometers) with a period of 9 hours 3 minutes, and a diameter of about 20 miles (32 kilometers); the outer shepherding satellite for the outermost ring of Uranus.

Ophelia

goes mad after father’s death. [Br. Lit.: Hamlet]
See: Madness

Ophelia

driven insane by Hamlet’s actions, she drowns herself. [Br. Drama: Shakespeare Hamlet]
See: Suicide
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Rossi, 27, co-founded Ofelia Feliz in 2011 in Argentina and soon expanded it to Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Mexico and elsewhere.
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PNS principal Dr Ofelia Padilla confirmed that the school received the notice in March, but said her school waited as "we were trying to negotiate with ADEC.
We had always passed every inspection by both ADEC and the Civil Defence, but when we received the notice in March we were shocked," PNS principal Dr Ofelia Padilla said.
The recession has prompted many employees to rethink their priorities and focus on a longer-term commitment to their employer in return for security and real career development," Ofelia Isabel, of Towers Watson says.
Precocious little girl Ofelia is sent by her pregnant mother to live with the sinister Captain Vidal as the fall-out from the Spanish Civil War gathers pace.
Baudelia and Ofelia, as the most outspoken mothers in the group, began to perceive that they had been branded as antagonists, or troublemakers, by the principal and some of the staff, so that any concerns they raised could be dismissed.
45pm Guillermo del Toro's mesmerising film tells the story of Ofelia (Ivana Baquero, above).
They can go here, there, anywhere," said Ofelia Navarro, executive director of the Spanish Coalition for Housing.
Segun del Toro, "In the movie, Ofelia is a 'princess who forgot who she was and where she came from,' who progresses through the labyrinth to emerge as a promise that gives children the chance never to know the name of their father--the fascist.
It's a bad dream," said Ofelia Hernandez, a store worker in Cuba's Camaguey province, where the storm was expected to make landfall.