red cole

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n red cole coarse Eurasian plant cultivated for its thick white pungent root
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Usage

In literature:

Much like Cole's Superb Red; differing little, except in color.
"The Field and Garden Vegetables of America" by Fearing Burr
It ees a gladness to see de yong lady an' heem pretty face, all red vid de cole.
"The Peace of Roaring River" by George van Schaick
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In news:

Musicals Tonight, under the artistic direction of Mel Miller, has added Red, Hot and Blue, the 1930s musical featuring a score by Cole Porter , to its 2012-13 season at the Lion Theatre.
Cole DeVries picked up his first win of the season with a strong eight inning effort, as the Red Wings beat the Gwinnett Braves 6-4 Saturday night at Frontier Field.
Liverpool's red-faced Rodgers left livid by 'slow' Joe Cole in Swansea upset.
The Red Snapper is "the original" Bloody Mary , served at the St Regis hotel's King Cole Bar, which claims to have created the popular cocktail in 1934.
Wally Bazemore lives in the Red Hook Houses in Brooklyn with his mother, Cole, 93.
Cole Hamels has handle on Cincinnati Reds.
From the red carpet of the American Music Awards, Gloria Estafan, J Cole, Jordin Sparks, Will.
Cole Middle School Grade 8 student and Co-Leader member Jonathan Hare, front, speaks during the Red Ribbon Week kickoff at the East Greenwich Police Station Community Room.
1 cup red cabbage cole slaw.
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In science:

Three recent results for the star formation rate are also shown with long-dashed red line (Dahlen et al.), solid black line (GALEX), and short-dashed blue line (Cole et al.).
Neutrino Physics around MeV Energies
Cole (1998) suggests that a luminosity dependence of the red clump stars on both age and metallicity may resolve the apparent discrepancy, and revises the distances to the LMC and SMC to 18.36 ± 0.17 and 18.82 ± 0.20 respectively.
The Distances of the Magellanic Clouds
Cole (1998) criticized these analyses on the basis that age and metallicity differences between the LMC and Galactic red clump stars cannot be neglected.
The Distance to the Large Magellanic Cloud
By employing Seidel et al. (1987) red clump models, evolved under the (poor) assumption of constant helium abundance and core mass, Cole claimed that Udalski and Stanek et al. underestimated µLMC by 0.28 mag.
The Distance to the Large Magellanic Cloud
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