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core out

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • v core out remove the interior of "hollow out a tree trunk"
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Usage

In literature:

Pull away the Feathers, open and thrust out the Core, and wash the Sore with Water and Salt, or Brine.
"The School of Recreation (1684 edition)" by Robert Howlett
Cut an apple open and pick out seeds from core.
"Games For All Occasions" by Mary E. Blain
Afterwards Elinor came out into the barn to find a knitting-core.
"The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 18, No. 108, October, 1866" by Various
Pare your pineapple; cut it in small pieces, and leave out the core.
"A Poetical Cook-Book" by Maria J. Moss
The "Roman" type of imitation will not stand much heat, as the wax core would melt and run out.
"A Text-Book of Precious Stones for Jewelers and the Gem-Loving Public" by Frank Bertram Wade
Scrape out the pulp, throw away cores and skin.
"Dishes & Beverages of the Old South" by Martha McCulloch Williams
Cut them in quarters, take out the cores, and bruise them well in a mashing tub with a wooden pestle.
"The Cook and Housekeeper's Complete and Universal Dictionary; Including a System of Modern Cookery, in all Its Various Branches," by Mary Eaton
Take the seeds out of the cores, and boil them till tender and free from bitter.
"The Lady's Own Cookery Book, and New Dinner-Table Directory;" by Charlotte Campbell Bury
Take one pound of apples, peel them with a sharp knife, cut them in two, take out the core, and cut the fruit into small pieces.
"Nelson's Home Comforts" by Mary Hooper
Now, from the core of the web that is spun by the spiderous fates, out it had sprung.
"The Paliser case" by Edgar Saltus
They usually terminate by absorption, or by the formation of a central core, which sloughs out, leaving a deep, round cavity that soon heals.
"Special Report on Diseases of Cattle" by U.S. Department of Agriculture
For in the core of the apple was a wad of paper, and Tess spread this out on the table.
"The Corner House Girls in a Play" by Grace Brooks Hill
We cannot trifle with this reality, this cropping out in our planted gardens of the core of the world.
"The Voice of Science in Nineteenth-Century Literature" by Various
The last report we've been able to get is that she was seen passing out of Pamlico into Core Sound.
"When the Cock Crows" by Waldron Baily
Peel, cut out the eyes, and shred from the core with a silver fork.
"The Myrtle Reed Cook Book" by Myrtle Reed
In this form the cores and yoke are made out of one piece of metal.
"Electric Bells and All About Them" by S. R. Bottone
George fell back a step or two, repelled to his heart's core, shocked out of speech.
"The Potter's Thumb" by Flora Annie Steel
America seemed all worked out to me, as if mighty things had already been done, but it seemed lifeless at the core.
"The Spirit of the Ghetto" by Hutchins Hapgood
Take four sheep's kidneys, cut in two, take out the core.
"Paper-bag Cookery" by Vera Serkoff
When the fruit arrives at the cannery, it passes into a machine which first cuts off both ends, then takes out the core and removes the rind.
"The Spell of the Hawaiian Islands and the Philippines" by Isabel Anderson
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In poetry:

Unpromised,
No bounds being set.
Flaked out and come unpromised,
The tree being life-divine,
Fearing nothing, life-blissful at the core
Within iron and earth.
"Almond Blossom" by D H Lawrence
To take old stings from out our heart --
Old stings that made them bleed and smart --
Only to sharpen them the more,
And press them back to the heart's own core.
"A Christmas Chant" by Abram Joseph Ryan
Another miser has now his chest,
And it hoards wealth more and more;
Like ferrets his hands go in and out,
Burrowing, tossing the gold about—
Nor heed the heart that, gone from his breast,
Is the cold heap's bloodless core.
"For Where Your Treasure Is, There Will Your Heart Be Also" by George MacDonald
Oh! thinking long 's the weary work; it breaks my heart from dawn,
Till all the solemn shining stars come out at dayli'gone;
And with the dart of sorrow I am wounded to the core–
Handsome Brian O'Gallagher, shall I ever see you more?
"Handsome Brian O'Gallagher" by Anna Johnston MacManus

In news:

Green says the usual "core" of climbers has seen Beckey, though he hopes they will come out again.
New Common Core standards (which impact 46 out of 50 states) will require that, by graduation in 2014, 70 percent of books studied be nonfiction.
See the Gallup poll out today that says economic confidence among Democrats is growing, in case we needed any more proof that the core of the Democratic Party aren't just dependents, they're delusional dependents .
The ninth game in the core series, "RE6" tries to make itself stand out.
In "Mutual Core" we find Björk buried waist deep in a sandpit, with colorful geological organisms rising out of the sand and interacting with each other, only to join and become active volcanoes exploding with lava.
Jets coach Rex Ryan thinks he has the players to ' get out of a bad situation,' will stick to core beliefs.
The President spells out that 'right to work' laws are rotten to their core.
We present a novel approach for GPU-based high quality volume rendering of large out-of-core volume data.
The goal is to keep these scrap tires out of landfills and ditches by recycling and recovering the major resources in the tires — rubber, steel, and fiber — and to create new markets for the core product, crumb rubber.
New Common Core standards (which impact 46 out of 50 states) will require that, by graduation in 2014, 70 percent of books studied be nonfiction .
Line 39 Petite Sirah is as dense and black as the night with an inky-purple core going out into a deep purple rim definition with medium-high painted viscosity.
CU*Answers has rolled out a new core processing platform aimed at vendors and CUSOs that use multiple core platforms to service specialized member products, the Grand Rapids, Mich.
Competitors Nvidia and Apple have followed with their own 1-GHz chips, but Qualcomm continues to push the envelope, with 1.3-GHz processors coming out this year and upcoming dual-core mobile chips that run at 1.5 GHz.
The new 13-inch Pros now sport 2.4 GHz Intel core i5 processors with 500 GB of hard drive and can tap out at 2.8 GHz i7 processors with 750 GB of hard drive.
Vendors Reach Out to Core Consumers.
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In science:

Its 27′ field of view can trace the variation of galaxy properties from the cluster cores out to the surrounding field in an attempt to identify the environment where the decline in the star formation in accreted galaxies begins.
History of mass assembly and star formation in clusters
We wish to point out that the core of the theory on scalar-tensor cosmologies was undertaken by J.D.
Static Generalized Brans-Dicke Universe and Gravitational Waves Amplification
The brightest out-of-core source (◦) is a marginal Einstein source outside NGC 5824, not detected in later, more sensitive observations with ROSAT (Verbunt 2001).
X-ray sources in globular clusters
We focus on the properties of rings with θ0 = π/3 (i.e., initial latitude λ0 = 30◦) since the behavior in this case is representative of that displayed by all rings having starting locations along the core-envelope interface, out of the equatorial plane.
Magnetic Fields in Massive Stars. II. The Buoyant Rise of Magnetic Flux Tubes Through the Radiative Interior
Ballesteros-Paredes, & Klessen 2003) suggests how cores might condense out of a turbulent flow.
Trapped Protostellar Winds and their Breakout
If was first proposed by Ebisuzaki, Makino, & Okumura (1991) that the heating of the surrounding stars by a decaying SMBH pair would create a low-density core out of a preexisting cuspy stellar profile.
The formation of galaxy stellar cores by the hierarchical merging of supermassive black holes
In the next section we expand upon Paper I and describe a scheme for generating low-density cores out of a preexisting stellar cusps from the binding energy liberated by shrinking SMBH binaries.
The formation of galaxy stellar cores by the hierarchical merging of supermassive black holes
It turned out that the cladding-resin layer structure acted as an additional waveguide, concentric to the regular core-cladding structure, because the refractive index of the resin was smaller than that of the cladding.
Updated results on prototype chalcogenide fibers for 10-um wavefront spatial filtering
SiO production requires violent shocks and dust grain destruction while H13CO+ outflow emission only requires the acceleration of the dense core material (commonly traced by H13CO+).
The structure of Onsala 1 star forming region
This shift can be clearly seen in the two-dimensional image in Figure 12 where narrow emission appears in the P Cyg absorption core and broadens out across arc 1.
High Resolution, Long - Slit Spectroscopy of VY CMa: The Evidence for Localized High Mass Loss Events
Using the Owens Valley and Nobeyama Radio Observatory interferometers, we carried out an unbiased search for hot molecular cores and ultracompact (UC) HII regions toward the high-mass star forming region G19.61–0.23.
Relative Evolutionary Time Scale of Hot Molecular Cores with Respect to Ultra Compact HII Regions
The core argument of the analysis presented in Section 2 is the following: For every vertex on the Random-Edge path π with out-degree k we know that π skips (in expectation) k/2 vertices in the single step from v to its successor.
Two New Bounds on the Random-Edge Simplex Algorithm
But Duch ˆene et al. point out that this appears to contradict the observational findings according to which no, or very little, higher-order subclustering within cores is evident.
Limits on the primordial stellar multiplicity
This rebound develops into an explosion that blows out all of the layers above the core.
Rates and Progenitors of Type Ia Supernovae
These two cores are typical examples of the pre-stellar core population, and their chemical composition is characterized by the presence of large freeze out holes in most molecular species.
Observations of pre-stellar cores
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