Corn Definition

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1. Corns, Wheat, Oat bran, Grape, Papaya, Banana, Pineapple , Inulin, Calciun carbonate, Citric acid, Probiotics, Natural fruit flavor. 0
2. ā€œIā€™m going to make a cornbread stuffing with jalapenos and sausage,ā€ she said. 1
3. ' whispered the little wretch, rousing a half-bred bulldog from its lair in a corner. 1
4. 'Business won't come back for one year at least, ' said Vijay K. Hegiste, who owns a tobacco shop around the corner from the Taj hotel. 1
5. 'You're a kind-hearted woman, Mrs Corney, 'said the beadle. 0
6. " that the Englishmen used indicated a debt to the natives, as do the Indian -derived names for corn dishes such as com "pone", "hominy", and "succotash". 1
7. " There's a nice fellow, " Drouet thought to himself as he turned the corner towards Madison. 1
8. "An old man everyone knew beckoned me into a dark, empty corner of the business and offered me a quarter for the pinball machine at the pizza place if I'd sit on his lap," Judd writes. 1
9. "Doctrine of privity of contract" has been the unshakable credendum of the classical contract law and has been treated as the corner stone of contract rule and system. 1
10. "Heat recovery is so critical, " says Patrick Jackson, energy manager at Corning Inc. , a leading glassmaker . "It is a game changer. 0
11. "I've got a feeling election officials and politicos are going to hear you pretty loud," said Cornell Belcher, a Democratic pollster. 0
12. "It is hands-down the largest snake ever confirmed, " says Harry Greene, an evolutionary biologist at Cornell University in Ithaca, New York, who was not involved in the work. 0
13. "It's corned beef and cabbage," said Malone. "Yuk," said Maureen. 1
14. "Looking at the advances in genetic profiling, " says Andriole, "I think this kind of advance is just around the corner. 1
15. "Obvious defect in eyelids of both eyes" means that eyelids can not fully cover cornea when closing eyes. 1
16. "Penetrating keratoplasty" is the most common type of corneal transplant. 1
17. "Remember, " said Fina's executive director Cornel Marculescu last night, "the world records are being broken here because these people are fantastic athletes." 0
18. "There is an age old hypothesis in psychology that a person's wishes, hopes and desires can influence what they see," said David Dunning, Cornell University psychologist and co-author of the study. 0
19. "We've just about cornered the market in Europe." "Well, today Europe, tomorrow the world". 1
20. 1780 to 1786 - Luigi Galvani demonstrated what we now understand to be the electrical basis of nerve impulses and provided the cornerstone of research for later inventors like Volta. 1
21. 1880s: The Wunderie Candy Company created candy corn, the king of disappointing Halloween candy. 1
22. 3:1 5 , arts and crafts corner supervised by Ginger Freedman. 1
23. A - ling in the corneal transplantation, the Timorese , and therefore have specific functions , like Ling. 1
24. A : Drop it in the mail box marked " Out of town " at that corner. 1
25. A algorithm to reconstruct the corner with quintic spline curves was proposed for improving cutter's motion stability and transition velocity. 1
26. A band plays at every street corner, crowds drift from bar to beer stand to disco and back to bar. 1
27. A beam of light will not bend round corners unless made to do so with the help of a reflecting device. 1
28. A bed occupied the corner of the room. 1
29. A big noise in the record industry, whatever that Cornelius stuffed things into his suitcase. 0
30. A black cat crouched in the corner. 1
 

Corn

[kôrn]

NOUN

corns (plural noun)

  - a North American cereal plant that yields large grains, or kernels, set in rows on a cob. Its many varieties yield numerous products, highly valued for both human and livestock consumption.Also called Indian corn.

NOUN

corns (plural noun)

  - a small, painful area of thickened skin on the foot, especially on the toes, caused by pressure.

Synonyms

List of Prefixes

A-
Afro-
After-
Ambi-
Amphi-
An-
Ana-
Anglo-
Ante-
Anti-
Ap-
Apo-
Arch-
Astro-
Auto-
Back-
Be-
Bi-

List of Suffixes

-Acy
-Al
-Ance
-Ence
-Dom
-Er
-Or
-Ism
-Ist
-Ity
-Ty
-Ment
-Ness
-Ship
-Sion
-Tion
-Ate
-En