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acor Association of Cancer Online Resources Historical Examples acor waited respectfully while Earle was speaking and, when the latter had finished, gave the order to dismount. In Search of El Dorado Harry Collingwood The introduction having been effected, acor addressed himself at some length and with much gesture to Earle. In Search of El Dorado […]
acorea acorea ac·o·re·a (āk’ə-rē’ə) n. The congenital absence of the pupil.
the typically ovoid fruit or nut of an oak, enclosed at the base by a cupule. a finial or knop, as on a piece of furniture, in the form of an acorn. Contemporary Examples The right-wing explanation for this is that the media kept making excuses for Obama, and that acorn stole the election anyway. […]
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- Acorn barnacle
See under 1 (def 1). any marine crustacean of the subclass Cirripedia, usually having a calcareous shell, being either stalked (goose barnacle) and attaching itself to ship bottoms and floating timber, or stalkless (rock barnacle or acorn barnacle) and attaching itself to rocks, especially in the intertidal zone. a person or thing that clings tenaciously. […]