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- n. Plural form of cord.
- n. Corduroys.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. trousers made of corduroy cloth; corduroys.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. cotton trousers made of corduroy cloth
Above the vocal cords, and resembling them in appearance, are two other folds of membrane, called the _false vocal cords_ (B, Fig. 149).
They have velcro instead of a zipper, and if you throw in cords or memory cards, they fall out.
He forced them inside the friend's home, and bound them using the electrical cords from a vacuum cleaner and an iron.
In this surgery, extra tissue above the vocal cords is trimmed in the operating room.
Curled and flowing hair is swept back to a bun tied by plain cords, with locks draped in front of the ear and down the back of the neck.
I used to wear necklaces — well, not necklaces, more like chains and chokers and thin cords of leather or silk with ren-faire type pewter doodads dangling from them.
“Hibás” or thin cords of wool which the Badawi binds round his legs, I believe to keep off cramp.
Great for property where being free from electric cords is necessary or if you have a lot of areas to treat on a regular basis but need to move from one point to another as you treat.
The acinar cells were found to he actively proliferating in cords and clusters forming small lobules in some areas, and were in close association with newly formed functioning ducts.
Bob's strong young arms grew taut, their sinews like thin cords of steel.