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  • I don’t mean to speak in the past tense, because Seasonal Cornucopia is actually entering a new era.

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  • In a statement yesterday, Wal-Mart defended its program and questioned the intentions of the group, called the Cornucopia Institute.

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  • But an environmental group called Cornucopia complained to the U.S.

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  • The International Agency for Apiculture Development (IAAD) publishes a quarterly newsletter called Cornucopia that contains articles from beekeepers around the world, especially from the developing world.

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  • Developed by MIT scholars Marcelo Coelho and Amit Zoran, the Cornucopia is a personal 3D digital concept food printer.

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  • Cornucopia, which is an array of skulls handpainted.


  • He came up with "Cornucopia," a giant white fiberglass mobile of concentric circles with a tinge of color at its rounded edges.


  • Look, guys, if you want to hang on to "Cornucopia" a few months longer, go right ahead.

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  • For the past two months, I've been bruxing over "Cornucopia", my first story to make the Andromeda Spaceways Inflight Magazine's almost-but-not-quite-yet cut.

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  • [3] The preface to the original edition of the 'Cornucopia' is worth reading for the lively impression which it conveys of

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