- Crown (anatomy), the top of the head
- Crown (botany), the branching leaf-bearing portion of a tree
- Crown ether, a family of heterocyclic molecules
- Crown group, a group of living organisms
- Crown vetch, a plant
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“It is impossible to dissociate language from science or science from language, because every natural science always involves three things: the sequence of phenomena on which the science is based; the abstract concepts which call these phenomena to mind; and the words in which the concepts are expressed. To call forth a concept, a word is needed; to portray a phenomenon, a concept is needed. All three mirror one and the same reality.”
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