bottle cork


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  • noun

Synonyms for bottle cork

the plug in the mouth of a bottle (especially a wine bottle)

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The center collects items for various rehabilitation programs - items such as mason jars with screw-top lids, photo frames, art supplies, beads, baskets, wine bottle corks and the like,
The trees are kept in good order because they have uses as flooring, bottle corks and notice boards for example.
We occasionally find things like bottle corks but this is different.
YOU CAN be forgiven for regarding rusty tins, old doors and even bottle corks as junk.
YOU can be forgiven for regarding rusty tins,old doors and even bottle corks as just a load of old junk.
The wine bottle corks were donated to the RSPB as part of its national campaign to save the cork oak woods in Spain and Portugal.
These include enzymes that can be used to impregnate bottle corks, treat textiles or bleach paper pulp.
A jar containing hundreds of wine bottle corks could be seen on a kitchen mantelpiece.
It would mean severe hardship for small businesses all over Portugal if their main source of income - bottle corks - disappeared.
The wine bottle corks were donated to the RSPB as part of its national campaign to save the threatened cork oak woods in Spain and Portugal, which are home to many species of birds.
Pensioners Charles and Helene Lagarde, who had their golden wedding anniversary last year, have been charged with using nails protruding from the ends of wine bottle corks to scratch the cars.
Needless to say, the script was eventually rewritten, and the whole concept changed to something about smuggling military secrets via microfilm inserted into wine bottle corks.
CHICAGO, April 10 /PRNewswire/ -- In a city of more than 6,000 restaurants, new joints pop up as frequently as champagne bottle corks on a New Year's Eve.