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Corti

[kawr-tee]
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  1. 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.

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  • 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.