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Synonyms for cork

something used to fill a hole, space, or container

to plug up something, as a hole, space, or container

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outer bark of the cork oak

(botany) outer tissue of bark

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a port city in southern Ireland

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

a small float usually made of cork

close a bottle with a cork

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stuff with cork

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Make a little hole at the center of one end of the cork, just enough for the pine branch stem to be pushed in.
It all started with a cork sandal from a famous German company.
The Cork Living store is based on the Scandinavian concept of simplistic furniture and brings accessories and furniture pieces from Denmark, Sweden, Italy and Portugal.
Cork is popping up in umbrellas, simple apparel items like shawls, watchbands, bracelets, necklaces, hats, belts, golf bags and shoes, shoes, shoes -- moccasins, flip-flops and Superga sneakers with neon flecks to Jimmy Choo wedges and Badgley Mischka stilettos.
Most of the Portuguese cork oak forests are owned by individual families who--when they're not harvesting the oak trees' bark--grow medicinal herbs, produce honey, gather pine nuts, graze cattle, and raise prized Black Spanish pigs on cork oak acorns in the forests.
In 2003, former Chicago Cubs slugger Sammy Sosa was suspended for eight games after his bat broke during a game, launching pieces of cork across the field.
When a champagne cork flies, you really have no time to react and protect your delicate eyes," said Dr.
As a rule, I like the plastic beads because they are lighter and don't detract from the flotation of the rattling cork.
Contrary to natural cork and its limited field of application, the industrial cork covers a wide area up to thermal and acoustic insulations for space vehicles [10, 11].
The alternatives to cork, such as screw-caps and plastic stoppers, have gradually been increasing in popularity and now seal around a third of wine bottles worldwide.
These days, cork is used in everything from furniture to flooring--even shower flooring.
Through the ReCork program, sponsored by Amorim of Portugal (a wine cork maker), almost 15 million corks have been collected for recycling into flooring tiles, building insulation and automotive gaskets.
Patrick Spenser director of the nonprofit cork-recycling program Cork ReHarvest--has been working hard to provide an easy solution for recycling used cork tops, and his work is starting to pay off.
The faster corks go out of fashion, the better it is for the consumers -- these natural stoppers are responsible for 5 per cent of wines acquiring cork taint and becoming unfit for drinking.
Wine quality should really be judged by the wine, not the cork," said study coauthor Michael Qian of Oregon State University in Corvallis.