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AcronymDefinition
CORCorrected/Correction
CORCorinthians
CORCorner
CORCorrect
CORCorpus
CORCorresponding
CORContracting Officer's Representative
CORChurch of the Resurrection
CORCoroner
CORCortisol (hormone)
CORCertificate of Recognition
CORCorrosive (fire diamond warning code)
CORCoefficient of Restitution
CORCertificate of Registration
CORChurch of the Redeemer
CORCouncil of Representatives
CORClass Of Restriction (insurance)
CORCommittee on Research (AISC)
CORCenter of Rotation (medical scanning equipment)
CORCoalition on Revival
CORCorporate Staff
CoRCommittee of Regions (EU)
CORChartered Organization Representative (Boy Scouts of America)
CORChange Order Request
CORComputers and Operations Research
CORCondition of Readiness (tropical storms)
CORCity of Reno (Nevada)
CORCarrier Operated Relay (two-way radio)
CORCollege Of Radiographers
CORCareer Opportunities in Research Education and Training
CORConfederation of Regions Party (Canadian Political Party)
CORCenter for Orthopaedic Research
CORCatholic Organizations for Renewal
CORCost of Revenue
CORCentral Office of Record (NSA)
CORCity of Oak Ridge (Tennessee)
CORCouncil of Orthodox Rabbis
CORCordoba, Cordoba, Argentina - Pajas Blancas (Airport Code)
CORCourse Of Reaction
CORCircular Of Requirements
CORCoefficient of Reliability
CORCorrected Observation (METAR code)
CORCommunications Outage Recorder
CORCenter for Ophthalmic Research
CORChampions of Ruin (Dungeons & Dragons roleplay book)
CORChange of Rater
CORCargo Outturn Report
CORContinental Operations Range
CORCommander of the Relief (military)
CORCoordinate Report
CORCombined Operation Ratio
CORCore Operations Report
CORCommand Operationally Ready
CORContinental Operating Range
CORContinuity of Operations Redesign
CORCost of Rework (financial management)
CORCommon Order Repository
CORChief of Office of Record
CORCentral Office Repairperson
CORCouncil of Record (United States District Court code)
CORComplete Oral Rehabilitation
CORCity of Roseville (various locations)
CORConseil d'Orientation des Retraites (French: Pensions Advisory Council)
CORCazaux Olympique Rugby (French rugby club)
CORCall out Request
CORClinical Outcomes Research (various organizations)
CORCommanding Officer Representative
CORConditions of Release (law)
CORCertificate of Rehabilitation (various locations)
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By this time, Master George had arrived at that pass to which even a boy can come (under uncommon circumstances, when he really could not eat another morsel), and, therefore, he was at leisure to notice the pile of woolly heads and glistening eyes which were regarding their operations hungrily from the opposite corner.
stormed Rebecca "I wouldn't have minded standing in the corner alone--that is, not so very much; but I couldn't bear standing with him.
At first Mary thought that there were no lights at all in the windows, but as she got out of the carriage she saw that one room in a corner upstairs showed a dull glow.
Jarvis Lorry's knowledge, thoughts, and notice, when he rang the door-bell of the tranquil house in the corner, on the fine Sunday afternoon.
The old-fashioned brass knocker on the low arched door, ornamented with carved garlands of fruit and flowers, twinkled like a star; the two stone steps descending to the door were as white as if they had been covered with fair linen; and all the angles and corners, and carvings and mouldings, and quaint little panes of glass, and quainter little windows, though as old as the hills, were as pure as any snow that ever fell upon the hills.
neither you nor myself, but Fernand; you knew very well that I threw the paper into a corner of the room -- indeed, I fancied I had destroyed it.
Miss Lavish cannot have told you much about me, for I am not at Windy Corner at all, but here.
The younger sat in a corner and listened with the rest of them, and could not imagine what they could mean.
Statisticians have estimated that if all the grandmothers alone who perished between the months of September and April that season could have been placed end to end, they would have reached from Hyde Park Corner to the outskirts of Manchester.
Gringoire, thoroughly stunned by his fall, remained on the pavement in front of the Holy Virgin at the street corner.
Rostov had just prepared a card, by bending the corner of which he meant to double the three thousand just put down to his score, when Dolokhov, slamming down the pack of cards, put it aside and began rapidly adding up the total of Rostov's debt, breaking the chalk as he marked the figures in his clear, bold hand.
The streets were full of people, men for the most part, who interchanged their views of the world as they walked, or gathered round the wine-tables at the street corner, where an old cripple was twanging his guitar strings, while a poor girl cried her passionate song in the gutter.