Corpus, kor′pus, n. a body: any special structure or function in the body; the whole body of literature on any subject.
Repeat the beginning with the word "kor" and breathe forty times on your body.
He walked up the last few steps and stepped into the shadows of the Temple of kor….
The screaming faded, and he stood in silence before the Altar of kor.
Cornel, kor′nel, n. the cornelian cherry or dogwood, a small tree native to southern Europe.
The Eye of kor blinked there, a small circle of light in the dark room.
Part of the Altar of kor, obviously, but the Outsiders telecommunicators had never used such extensive machinery.
But the religion of kor had played no part in the lives of the Hirlaji for generations.
Almost all the inhabitants had a great respect for Ahmed, and on kor's death they made him their king.
It will be remembered that in kor we found the immortal woman.