Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
Cf. G., Dan., & Sw. kork, D. kurk,; all fr. Sp. corcho, fr. L. cortex, corticis, bark, rind. Cf. Cortex
Did you ever see such a perfectly corking saddle?
"Just Patty" by Jean Webster
That bird is simply pulling my cork!
"Skylark Three" by Edward Elmer Smith
Come, William, draw the cork, and let us taste the pink champagne.
"The Romany Rye a sequel to "Lavengro"" by George Borrow
Sir Richard Nagle, the Speaker, was the descendant of an old Norman family (said to be the same as the Nangles) settled in Cork.
"Thomas Davis, Selections from his Prose and Poetry" by Thomas Davis
She's pulled oot ta cork to let ta watter in.
"Three Boys" by George Manville Fenn
We might p'r'aps find out where the gashly hole was, and put a big cork in it.
"Sappers and Miners" by George Manville Fenn
To my joy I found that I had fixed a cork on the end of it and had thrust it into my pocket.
"Dick Cheveley" by W. H. G. Kingston
The next day we employed ourselves in refilling them from the casks, and in carefully corking and sealing them.
"Hurricane Hurry" by W.H.G. Kingston
I COMMENCE MY JOURNEY TO CORK.
"Paddy Finn" by W. H. G. Kingston
Eagerly I pulled out the cork.
"Snow Shoes and Canoes" by William H. G. Kingston
O laith, laith, were our gude Scots lords
To wet their cork-heeled shoon!
But lang or a' the play was played
They wat their hats aboon.
"Sir Patrick Spens" by Henry Morley
He thinks how happy is my arm,
'Neath its white-gloved and jeweled load;
And wishes me some dreadful harm,
Hearing the merry corks explode.
"Without And Withiin" by James Russell Lowell
"There's some from Dublin, Cork, indeed
There's some from distant Galway,
But ev'ry man, whate'er his creed,
Should own his country, alway.
"A Protestant Irishman To His Wife" by Thomas Frederick Young
A very grandiloquent Goat
Sat down to a gay table d'hote;
He ate all the corks,
The knives and the forks,
Remarking: "On these things I dote."
"The Grandiloquent Goat" by Carolyn Wells
But habit, like a cork, rides the dark flood,
And, like a cork, keeps her in walls of glass;
Faint legacies of brine tingle my blood,
The tide-wind's fading echoes, as I pass.
"A Note On Wyatt" by Kingsley Amis
For he knew, the brave ALUM, that, happen what might,
With belts and cork-jacketing, HE was all right;
Though others might sink, he was certain to swim, -
No Hareem whatever had terrors for him!
"Brave Alum Bey" by William Schwenck Gilbert
A long-stemmed hybrid tea named 'Pop the Cork' celebrates the Portland Rose Festival as the 2013 signature rose.
'Pop the Cork' hybrid tea is the signature rose for the 2013 Portland Rose Festival .
Here Mia is carving a cork duck decoy.
I can't write about ALL of them but, I can say that Cork has a great selection of Champagne and other sparkling wines.
See Cosmo Couture's Architect-Designed Dresses Made From Carpet, Cork, Wood, Sheet Flooring , and More.
Dads, faced with a choice between your young daughter and a piece of cork wrapped in yarn and covered in cowhide, you should go with the girl.
Donegal's Michael Murphy reacts to the final whistle after beating Cork.
The virtues of cork go beyond mere science.
Spend enough time in wine country, popping corks and playing courses, and you come to learn this difference between grapes and golfers: the former like to struggle, the latter don't.
Italian Wine Authorities Have Approved Screwcaps and Synthetic Corks on High-Quality Wines.
The media sneak preview of food and wine pairings of Sept 25 Fork and the Cork winemakers' dinner offered a glimpse at the region's top gastronic gala.
When you punch a cork out of a piece of bark, it's very unusual to get one that's absolutely perfect, with no veins and no lignine.
Formerly of Donoughmore, County Cork, Ireland.
Pull a cork, do a jig .
I fished it with a popping cork and live shrimp, which worked excellently on redfish.
The horizontal wiggly line represents the gauge ﬁeld, while the vertical cork-screw lines represent graviton exchanges with the shock wave.
R-Current DIS on a Shock Wave: Beyond the Eikonal Approximation
Kilian, Department of Mathematics, University College Cork, Ireland.
Bubbletons are not embedded
Yasui, Corks, Plugs and exotic structures, J. G¨okova Geom.
Constructions of generalized complex structures in dimension four
If this would be all the story, then a pilotwave picture `a la De Broglie-Bohm would be most natural: the particle is guided by a wave, like a cork guided by water waves.
Optical tests of quantum nonlocality: from EPR-Bell tests towards experiments with moving observers
In Radioactive Isotopes of Silver and Palladium from Palladium, Kraus and Cork reported the discovery of 111Ag in 1937 . 111Ag was produced by bombarding palladium with 6.3 MeV deuterons from the University of Michigan cyclotron.
Discovery of the Silver Isotopes