He may not have been working the cones, but it looked as though his underlings were.
Transplanting RPE cells grown from stem cells might rejuvenate the eye's rods and cones, restoring lost vision.
Though King and Malcolm X met only once, cones demonstrates how they understood and utilized their synergy.
The proper taper for both these cones is the same as that used in stopcocks of similar size.
The lavas and ashes which form these cones are mostly andesitic.
Leaves are one-half or one and a half inches long; cones one-half or three-quarter inches, and bright chestnut brown at maturity.
cones varying from yellow-ochre to deep red-orange in color.
Longitudinally and horizontally, from apex to apex of the cones, was a steel deck dividing the vessel into two equal parts.
The two species are alike in their leaves but distinct in their cones and seeds.
Similarly, as the cones of a species of pine-tree had the shape of teeth, it followed that they would ease the toothache.
1560s, from Middle French cone (16c.) or directly from Latin conus "a cone, peak of a helmet," from Greek konos "cone, spinning top, pine cone," perhaps from PIE root *ko- "to sharpen" (cf. Sanskrit sanah "whetstone," Latin catus "sharp," Old English han "stone").
A solid body having a circle for its base and sides inclined so as to meet at a point above the base.
See cone cell.