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Synonyms for cob

nut of any of several trees of the genus Corylus

stocky short-legged harness horse

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white gull having a black back and wings

adult male swan

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The carbohydrate composition of corn cob hemicelluloses.
Corn cobs were locally collected from pudukkottai, Tamil Nadu, India, dried in the sunlight, milled to give a particle size of approximately 1 mm thickness and used as a raw material in this study.
The Original Spaghetti scrubs feature corn cobs and peach pits, and are available in course or gentle surfaces.
The event included an interactive demo that gave participants a firsthand look at how cellulosic biomass, such as sugarcane bagasse and corn cobs, is converted into products.
Previously-used carbon types stored 142 times its own volume at 500 per square inch pressure, well below the target set by the US Department of Energy, which is the 180 ratio achieved by the recycled corn cob waste.
recently won a Gold Award from the British Frozen Food Federation (BFFF) for production of Brakes Cut Corn Cob and Butter Portions.
It makes you appreciate that we have come a long way in hygienic comfort when we can nip down to the shop for a four-pack of luxury softness rather than suffer the rigours of a corn cob.
For the white corn sauce: Melt butter in saucepan and add roasted corn, corn cobs, peach skins and pits, two tablespoons brandy, lavender and water.
After Mass the celebration continued with a variety of delicacies served in the churchyard, such as bibingka (rice cakes), puto bumbong (sticky rice), roasted corn cobs, and ginger tea.
The compound is recoverable from corn cobs, whole corn kernels, and corn tortillas.
2 8oz skinless chicken breasts 4 tbsp soy sauce 1 pint water 1 chicken stock cube 1in knob of ginger, grated 2 corn cobs grilled or barbecued and prepared as left.
Boiling corn cobs and corn husks to make a corn-flavored stock is a technique that cookbook writer James Beard advocated, West said.
in 1897, homemade insulation such as corn cobs, newspapers, bricks and even ostrich feathers remained popular until the 1930s.
Maria Fernanda Cardoso's arresting sculpture, Tusas de maiz (Corn cobs, 1986), a long coiled-up rope or necklace of stripped and strung corn cobs, combines the simplicity of Minimalist sculpture with the atmospheric suggestiveness of a question mark.
Many forms of cellulose are available to the foundry industry, including crushed corn cobs, ground oat hulls, wood flour, ground nut shells and rice hulls.