- Al·fon·so [al-fon-soh; Italian ahl-fawn-saw] /ælˈfɒn soʊ; Italian ɑlˈfɔn sɔ/, 1822–76, Italian anatomist.
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In the cochlea are about 2,800 tiny nerve-ends, called the rods of Corti.How it Works
Corti saw the Dean out of the eastern gate of the enclosure, and returned.
But Count Corti with the deepening of the danger only exerted himself the more.
Corti told her of the repast at the palace, and recounted the scene at parting.
While this affecting scene was going on, Corti surveyed the interior.