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Cord

A unit of volume used to measure quantities of firewood in Canada and the United States. The cord is equivalent to 3.62 cubic meters.
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Descriptive study was used to assess the patterns of intra-group findings in umbilical cord.
VERICOM CAT6 data patch cords are commonly used in many types of high-speed data and computer equipment.
Keep all window pull cords and inner lift cords out of the reach of children.
There is a number of variables and concerns relating to the quality, consistency and delivery of the cord or wire to the calender that are worthy of studies on their own merit.
Main picture: banded collar cord jacket by Gap (pounds 48); top: boot cut jeans (pounds 34)by Lands' End; above: low rise boot cut cords by Gap (pounds 39.
When the foam was stretched once every 4 seconds, 8 hours per day for 9 days, the living cells became structurally aligned like those deep within vocal cord tissue.
After an operation to remove noncancerous throat nodules damaged her vocal cords, Andrews lost her ability to sing and ended up suing her surgeons.
If the pull cords are threaded through the plugs, cut them off close to the plug.
You can't usually feel it when it happens, but when you change the pitch--highness or lowness--of your voice, what you're doing is tightening or loosening your vocal cords.
CB001 is comprised of stem cells isolated from umbilical cord blood and expanded using ViaCell's proprietary expansion technology.