Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
L. conus, cone (in sense 1), Gr. kw^nos; akin to Skr. çana, whetstone, L. cuneus, wedge, and prob. to E. hone,. See Hone (n.)
Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
Fr. cone—L.,—Gr. kōnos, a peak, a peg.
We began to stick on the cones, &c., as fast as we could, while the glue was hot, and for this part of the work I can give no special directions.
"Little Folks (October 1884)" by Various
I could tell the species by the large spinous cones and light-green needles.
"The Quadroon" by Mayne Reid
As they proceeded they passed groups of stalagmitic cones of all shapes and sizes.
"The Mines and its Wonders" by W.H.G. Kingston
A wild dog crept down from a cone-topped spitzkop, and stood, sniffing the blood-tainted air eagerly, whining a little in its throat.
"The Dop Doctor" by Clotilde Inez Mary Graves
The slopes of Etna present more than 700 small cones, and on Hawaii there are several thousands.
"The Beauties of Nature" by Sir John Lubbock
In the early vocabularies it is called "Pin-treow," and the cones are "Pin-nuttes.
"The plant-lore and garden-craft of Shakespeare" by Henry Nicholson Ellacombe
The lid is a high cone surmounted by a small vase-shaped finial, and is hinged to the upper socket of the handle.
"All About Coffee" by William H. Ukers
It will be noticed that the cone A and the part of B above the orifice O contract downward.
"How it Works" by Archibald Williams
It may be that the cone in which it matured was crushed into the earth by the hoof of a passing deer.
"Wild Life on the Rockies" by Enos A. Mills
It boasted two cones, from one of which smoke was lazily trailing.
"A Man to His Mate" by J. Allan Dunn
OVER old walls the Laburnums
hang cones of fire;
Laburnums that grow out of old
mould in old gardens:
"Laburnums" by Padraic Colum
"Must write the story of her seething youth—
How lizards paddled in her lukewarm seas;
Must show the cones she ripened, and forsooth
Count seasons on her trees;
"Honours -- Part I" by Jean Ingelow
I dreamed I was in fair Niphon.
Amid tea-fields I journeyed on,
Reclined in my jinrikishaw;
Across the rolling plains I saw
The lordly Fusi-yama rise,
His blue cone lost in bluer skies.
"A Dream Of Bric-A-Brac" by John Hay
The shrines of our pilgrims are not like your own,
Where white Fusiyama lifts proudly its cone,
(The snow-mantled mountain we see on the fan
That cools our hot cheeks with a breeze from Japan.)
"At The Banquet To the Japanese Embassy" by Oliver Wendell Holmes
Yes! we confess it! 'mong the sons of Fate,
Earth's great ones, thou art great!
As that tall peak which from her silver cone
Of maiden snow unstain'd
All but the bravest scares, and reigns alone
"Willelmus Van Nassau" by Francis Turner Palgrave
On russet floors, by waters idle,
The pine lets fall its cone;
The cuckoo shouts all day at nothing
In leafy dells alone;
And traveller’s joy beguiles in autumn
Hearts that have lost their own.
"XL: Tell me not here, it needs not saying" by A E Housman
There will be games and prizes, craft activities, pet photos, snow cones, cotton candy, and hot dogs.
The XAER air atomizing spray nozzle provides a full cone round spray pattern that is especially suited for liquids with a high viscosity (100+ cP).
Volta Park Day lived up to its familiar, neighborhood charm: hamburgers, hot dogs, coconut cake, popcorn, snow cones with the slide, water dunk, sprinklers, band and flea market.
McCrometer Introduces Direct-Mount Wafer Cone Flowmeter.
The new direct-mount configuration for McCrometer's Wafer Cone flowmeter minimizes installation labor while ensuring accuracy.
Orange construction cones are what Gloria Ussery had to look at in her front yard for three weeks since a city contractor started replacing her water meter and then stopped.
What else can come in a cone.
To find crossbills, you need to know where the cones are.
The "Party Hats" look suspiciously like stolen traffic cones.
Clint Eastwood explained his much-discussed speech in his hometown paper, saying he was aiming for the political middle and detailing broken promises by President Barack Obama, according to a story in The Carmel Pine Cone.
Drivers can be cited for removing traffic cones and barricades through a closed/flooded area, according to Linda Clerkson, City of Palo Alto public communications spokesperson.
Cones and sawhorses block Shepherd Canyon Road following heavy rains on Sunday, Dec 2, 2012, in Oakland, Calif.
The '80s were about mystery and wonder: How do people like Dee Snider or Madonna or the Beastie Boys spring up from nowhere in cone bras and clown makeup to pour beer out on people's heads.
From cabinet to cone, here's how one Velodyne subwoofer rounds out your sound with thunderous bass.
So What Exactly Is A 'Cone Of Uncertainty' Anyway .
By deﬁnition hγ ∗ ⊗A δ∗ , πA γ ∗ ,δ∗ i is a universal cone on the diagram P A γ ∗ ,δ∗ and therefore h(γ ∗ ⊗A δ∗ )∗ , (πA γ ∗ ,δ∗ )∗ i is a universal cone on the diagram (P A γ ∗ ,δ∗ )∗ .
The categorical theory of relations and quantizations
These lectures begin very simply by describing, through an example, some important features of light-cone perturbation theory in QCD, and they end by describing some rather sophisticated equations which govern light-cone wavefunctions when parton densities are very large.
Parton Saturation-An Overview
In the case of a homogeneous polynomial P of degree m then the algebraic cone decomposes as V (P ) = R+ × K where K is the trace of the cone on the sphere.
On certain generalized Hardy's inequalities and applications
Such a situation corresponds to having the cone C |lk(σ0 (k))| over the link lk(σ0 (k)) realized by a Euclidean cone of angle 0.
The modular geometry of Random Regge Triangulations
Working with cones instead of hyperplanes, our method should be able to handle mixing on cones, as in .
The Point of View of the Particle on the Law of Large Numbers for Random Walks in a Mixing Random Environment