cordal


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cordal

 [kor´dal]
pertaining to a cord; used specifically in referring to the vocal cords.

cordal

pertaining to a cord, such as the umbilical cord.

cordal

pertaining to a cord; used specifically in referring to the vocal cords.
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She has studied with Rodil for two years and has earned a second color on the cordal, a rope that circles her waist and indicates her rank.
In piecing together these fragments, it emerges that Cordal has refused the youthful Lopez, upon which he and his brothers hideously murder her preferred suitor by dragging him after their horses through Asuncion.
Add a little marchpane - a sweet almond paste - and some cordal sac posset (or to you and me, heated sherry to which egg yolks and boiled cream are added).
Granddam Anemometer was also unraced, but soon showed that she knew which way the wind was blowing by throwing Tralee's Irpounds 2,000 Lixnaw Supporters' Stakes hero Cordal Joe in her first litter, by Willie Joe, which she produced at the age of 22 months.
NEW YORK-Louis de Poortere is nearly doubling its runner program by adding 300 SKUs to existing collections as well as launching four new runner lines -- Vincenzo, Antalia Cordal, Richelieu and Classics -- for the markets in Atlanta and Las Vegas.