Origin of cord
OTHER WORDS FROM cordcorder, nouncordlike, adjective
How to use cord in a sentence
For the most part, the invaders are kept out by three membrane layers, called the meninges, which wrap around the brain and spinal cord and act as a physical barrier.Protecting the brain from infection may start with a gut reaction|Aayushi Pratap|November 11, 2020|Science News
I felt the technology wasn’t advanced enough to be applied in spine surgery—the nerve roots, the spinal cord right there.
Just 16 games into the reunion, the Aggies cut the cord and fired Anderson on Saturday after three blowout losses to start the season.College football winners and losers for Week 10: Florida is fun again and Georgia is done|Patrick Stevens|November 8, 2020|Washington Post
After another 25 million households likely cut the cord over the next five years, the number of households with pay-TV subscriptions will probably settle around 50 million, the media companies believe.‘CTV took from everybody’: How connected TV won this year’s upfront|Tim Peterson|October 28, 2020|Digiday
Then we’d filled the rest of our time with AC adapters, RF cords and cartridges.
The named plaintiffs in the Texas class-action case are Sgt. Richard Corder, an Army infantry squad leader, and his wife, Dharma.
Eventually Corder said he acquiesced, and the operator connected him.
Those, like Corder, who claim to have spoken to an operator, said they have been met with evasion.
(There is no mention of Corder speaking to an operator in the lawsuit).
Then I straggled back to camp with Professor Corder, who confessed himself just under the age-limit of forty-five.
He did not approach the subject again till he and Knudsen and I and Corder were together in the tent.
For a mixed crowd, of ages from grizzled Corder down to the very new graduate, what could be better?
I found myself drowsy, men were nodding all about me, and 67 Corder declared that he had 247 distinct and separate naps.
Speaking of corporals, Corder has brought out new facts regarding Knudsen.