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CORECongress Of Racial Equality
CORECentral Operation of Resources for Educators (NASA)
CORECenter for Operations Research and Econometrics
COREConflict Resolution (US Department of the Interior)
COREConfiguration Resource
CORECouncil Of Registrars
CORECouncil On Rehabilitation Education
COREContingency Response
COREConsortium for Oceanographic Research and Education (representing U.S. oceanographic research institutions)
COREComment on Reproductive Ethics (British)
COREConsortium on Reading Excellence
COREConnected Organizations for a Responsible Economy
CORECollaborations and Resources Group
CORECentre for OSCE Research
CORECorporate Responsibility Coalition (UK)
CORECommon Redpoll (bird species common name)
CORECenter for Organ Recovery and Education
COREComprehensive Online Research Education (Purdue University)
CORECommon Runtime Environment
CORECentre for Organisation Research and Education (India)
CORECenters for Obesity Research and Education
CORECollaborative Reputation (security mechanism)
CORECo-Ownership of Real Estate
CORECorporate Responsibility Bill (UK)
CORECosmic Orgone Engineering
COREComprehensive Risk Evaluation
CORECenter for Oceanic Research and Education
COREChallenge Of Reverse Engineering
CORECoker and Refinery Expansion (Wood River Refinery; Roxana, IL; ConocoPhillips)
CoRECentre of Rehabilitation Engineering (UK)
CORECommittee Organizing Rape Education
COREConservation of Resources through Enterprise
CoREComponent Runtime Environment
COREContingency Response Program
COREControlled Requirement Expression (software)
COREContingency Response Element (MTMC)
CORECreating Opportunities and Resources for Educators
CORECommunity Online Resource Exchange
CORECommunity Options for Rural Elders (Act of 2005)
CORECentre Oecuménique de Rencontres Européennes
CORECommon Operational Research Equipment (NASA)
CORECapistrano Objectives for Reaching Excellence
CORECentralized Online Real-Time Exchange (banking)
CORECenter on Renewable Energy
COREConventional Operational Readiness Exercise
CORECost Oriented Resource Estimating
CoRECommunity of Roleplayers, Europa (gaming group)
CORECatalog of Research Expertise (University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston)
CORECadre Of Response Employees (FEMA)
CORECoastal Redwoods Environmental School
CORECompetent on Resist-A-Ball Education
COREComparative Oncology Resource Exchange (Cornell University)
CORECenter for Operations Research and Engineering
COREChief Of Receive Element (formerly CORL)
CORECorrected Overall Reference Equivalent (ITU-T)
COREConnection Oriented Route Establishment
CORECentral Office Recovery Express (AT&T)
CORECentral Office for Resources in Education
COREContinuous Observation & Risk Evaluation
CORECommunity of Removal Experts (spyware removal)
References in classic literature ?
And later the three cores were placed on the table next to the skins.
At first he made a wry face, but, one after another, the skins and the cores disappeared.
As soon as it is taken from the fire the exterior is removed, the core extracted, and the remaining part is placed in a sort of shallow stone mortar, and briskly worked with a pestle of the same substance.
The trees are stripped of their nodding burdens, which, easily freed from the rind and core, are gathered together in capacious wooden vessels, where the pulpy fruit is soon worked by a stone pestle, vigorously applied, into a blended mass of a doughy consistency, called by the natives 'Tutao'.
Cable me at once, at my expense, that there was no basis of fact for your story, At the Earth's Core.
From these, arranged in chronological order, I have set down the following account of the further adventures of David Innes at the earth's core, practically in his own words.
For our purposes, it is not important to determine what exactly is the sensational core in any case; it is only important to notice that there certainly is a sensational core, since habit, expectation and interpretation are diversely aroused on diverse occasions, and the diversity is clearly due to differences in what is presented to the senses.
It is a core in our actual experiences, never existing in isolation except possibly in very young infants.
John's Cemetery at the very core of the town, with streets of quiet, old-time houses on two sides, and busy, bustling, modern thoroughfares on the others.
True, there are architects so called in this country, and I have heard of one at least possessed with the idea of making architectural ornaments have a core of truth, a necessity, and hence a beauty, as if it were a revelation to him.
Beastly habits or no beastly habits, the creatur's are to be seen cropping the prairies by tens of thousands, and the piece in your hand is the core of as juicy a buffaloe-hump as stomach need crave
Chambers did his stealing, and got the peach stones, apple cores, and melon rinds for his share.