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named after New York State Veterinary College at Cornell University, NY, USA.

Cornell alternative-month accelerated lambing system
enables each ewe to lamb three times in every 2 years. Called also CAMAL scheme; superseded by the STAR system (see below).
Cornell semen tests
in vivo and in vitro tests to detect IBR virus contaminated semen samples.
Cornell STAR accelerated lambing system
an advanced development of the Alternate Monthly Accelerated Lambing system; the ewes in this scheme are encouraged to lamb five times in 3 years.
Cornell teat curette
has a long thin neck and a flat blade with a blunt-ended turned around tip with a straight cutting edge. Designed for curetting back towards the operator.
Cornell technique
see paravertebral block.
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The new brand succinctly unites Weill Cornell Medicine's three essential principles - to care, discover and teach - and underscores how patient wellbeing motivates the entirety of its ambitions.
On this ``MacArthur Park'' for the grunge set, Cornell comes to the realization that "there's no such thing as nothing.
We were honored to be selected as architects for the famed Cornell University College of Architecture and to have the internationally respected architect Mohsen Mostafavi as our client," Kratchman said.
For example, the Cornell team interprets a white smear beside a tree trunk as the distinctive topside wing patch on a partially hidden, perching ivory-billed.
Cornell and Darby researched domestic and global markets, knowing there was a demand for velvet antler in Asia, and for breeding stock in the United States.
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According to Cornell, the National Science Foundation (NSF)-funded Cornell Center for Materials Research, of which DiSalvo is director, manages a group of shared experimental facilities that will provide many of the analytical tools for the fuel cell research.
Cornell's policy dates back to its founding in 1865 by Ezra Cornell.
According to Cornell officials, the 78-year-old Lee spoke of his wishes during a private ceremony at Cornell, which dedicated a new science research facility to the distinguished alumnus from Taiwan.
The latter ones, for instance, do not only include acts of healing but also a great variety of uncommon occurrences that Cornell divides into epistemological (mind reading, insight, and vision guidance) and power miracles (subsiding wild animals, food and water miracles, finding treasure , traversing great distances, and commanding spirits) (cf.

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