A US Ivy League University founded in 1868 by businessman Ezra Cornell and respected scholar Andrew Dickson White. Cornell includes thirteen colleges and schools. On the Ithaca campus are the seven undergraduate units and four graduate and professional units. The Medical College and the Graduate School of Medical Sciences are in New York City. Cornell has 13,300 undergraduates and 6,200 graduate and professional students.
See also Concurrent ML, Cornell Theory Center, Cornell University Programming Language, CU-SeeMe, ISIS.
[kawr-ner-bak] /ˈkɔr nərˌbæk/ noun, Football. 1. one of two defensive positioned in the secondary between the linebackers and safeties, responsible for covering the outside areas near the sidelines against end runs and pass plays. /ˈkɔːnəˌbæk/ noun 1. (American football) a defensive back
noun 1. a city in Newfoundland, in E Canada, on the W part of the island.
noun 1. a cabinet, usually triangular in design so as to fit into a corner of a room.
noun 1. a chair having an approximately square seat with a leg at each corner and a back extending around two adjacent sides.