CORD


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AcronymDefinition
CORDCollaboration On Repair Discoveries (adult nervous system)
CORDCanadian Organization for Rare Disorders
CORDCenter for Occupational Research and Development
CORDCone-Rod Dystrophy
CORDCouncil of Emergency Medicine Residency Directors
CORDCommunity Organizing for Responsible Development
CORDCone-Rod Dystrophy, X-Linked
CORDCoordinated Operational Requirements Document
CORDCibernet Online Roaming Database
CORDCity of Refuge Development, Inc. (Amarillo, Texas)
CORDContention Resolution by Delayline (IEEE)
CORDCentral Oklahoma Ringers and Directors (handbell group)
References in classic literature ?
The cord was placed round the Jew's neck, and his feet had already ceased to touch the ground when the voice of the tailor was heard beseeching the executioner to pause one moment and to listen to what he had to say.
After straining against the cord for a time, Jerry surrendered and slept.
Getting his right foot in the stirrup, he smoothed the double reins, as he always did, between his fingers, and Cord let go.
She places them in a labyrinth where they are condemned to walk for ever, with a bracelet on their arms and a cord round their necks, unless they meet another as miserable as themselves.
The ape lunged against the stout cord that held him.
He was more than astonished when presently he saw the missing kite struggling as usual against the controlling cord.
John Want rises with a groan, turns the chest up on one end, and begins to fasten the cord round it.
He had gone down about three-quarters of the length of the wall when the cord broke.
Upon examination I found that the cord, though small, was amply able to sustain the weight of several men.
All you need do to let me know is to undo the cord holding the curtain of the 'right' gallery window, nearest to the dark closet.
When the Jester, arrayed in the cowl and frock of the hermit, and having his knotted cord twisted round his middle, stood before the portal of the castle of Front-de-B
The carpet - of Saxony material - is quite half an inch thick, and is of the same crimson ground, relieved simply by the appearance of a gold cord (like that festooning the curtains) slightly relieved above the surface of the ground, and thrown upon it in such a manner as to form a succession of short irregular curves - one occasionally overlaying the other.