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cornu

[′kȯr·nü]
(anatomy)
A horn or hornlike structure.
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However, there simply are not enough schools to cater for the lack of placements for pre-service teachers (Le Cornu & Ewing, 2008).
1998) and Zotin (2007) in Cornu aspersum (Muller, 1774) (as Helix aspera) and Deroceras reticulatum, respectively.
This demonstrated dislocation of the symphysis between the left medial greater cornu and left body of the hyoid (figure 1).
Kastel, of the Cornu copia Institute, said Hearth side bears some responsibility in the mislabeling problems.
Nordez A, McNair PJ, Casari P & Cornu C (2010): Static and cyclic stretching: their different effects on the passive torque-angle curve.
Christophe Cornu, Chief Commercial Officer of Nestle Nespresso S.
Cornu cutaneum is a lesion with hyperkeratoses resembling that of an animal horn and its length varies from a few millimeters to centimeters.
With this angle, the hysteroscope can be brought to the midline of the uterine cavity and simply rotated about 90 degrees to the left or right with the light cord without much movement of the hysteroscope to visualize the cornu.
Yet Thomas, who won Olympic team pursuit gold in Beijing last year, was on course for an even quicker time in the final on Friday night before passing Dominique Cornu of Belgium to claim victory.
Thomas, who suffered a fractured pelvis and broken nose in a crash on the road in March,produced an astonishing display against the clock before backing it up by catching Dominique Cornu (Belgium) in the final to claim gold.
It comes from Greek mythology and the Late Latin cornu copiae, literally meaning "horn of plenty.