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cob

1
1. a male swan
2. a thickset short-legged type of riding and draught horse

cob

2, cobb
an archaic or dialect name for a gull esp the greater black-backed gull (Larus marinus)

cob

[käb]
(mining engineering)
To chip away waste material from an ore, using hand hammers.

cob

A mixture of straw, gravel, and unburnt clay; used esp. for walls.

chip on board

A bare chip that is mounted directly onto the printed circuit board (PCB). After the wires are attached, a glob of epoxy or plastic is used to cover the chip and its connections. The tape automated bonding (TAB) process is used to place the chip on the board. See tape automated bonding.


Chip On Board
The bare chip is adhered and wire bonded to the board, and an epoxy is poured over it to insulate and protect it. For illustrative purposes only, this picture shows a clear epoxy. (Image courtesy of Joseph Fjelstad.)









Side View
This side view shows how the wires connect the chip to the printed circuit board (PCB). (Image courtesy of Joseph Fjelstad.)
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They planted apples, cherries and cobnuts (a cultivated variety of hazelnut) as part of the expansion of edible planting in West Kirby, as well as alder, willow and hornbeam for conservation value and to improve the look of the park.
The two species commonly grown in Britain are Corylus avellana (cobnuts) and Corylus maxima (filbert) although there are some 13 other species to choose from.
The common hazelnut, Corylus avellana, is great value, providing cobnuts in September and decorative catkins in late winter.
"But it is an option for us; just picking a few cobnuts on a walk on a Sunday afternoon for example."
Before that, 'conkers' was played with hazelnuts, cobnuts or snail shells.
It would be a rare, good leg stretch in fresh air for me, while the children could playfully gambol along, collecting sweet chestnuts and cobnuts and looking for hedgehogs, rather than the nearest sign of a teashop.