cone

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  • The human eye uses three types of cones to sense light in three bands of color.
  • Traffic cones are also used to mark where children are playing or to block off an area.
  • This Cone seems to work, as the two can hear each other perfectly.
  • Cone mounted him and they were once again on their way.
  • He described how he entered the cones of light one after another until he entered the seventh, the last.
  • Based on this history it has also been called the "Dutch cone test".
  • Its head is a rounded cone giving the animal its common name.
  • Events can be causally related only if they are within each other's light cones.
  • The cone is fully open and dispersed within only two to three days of starting.
  • An ordered field is a field F together with a positive cone P.
  • Nose cones are also designed for travel in and under water and in high speed land vehicles.
  • After maturity, which takes about two years, the cones will become brown in color.
  • They have been shown to be in advance of the growth cones.
  • Then a Taylor cone is formed under the application of a strong electric field.
  • The old cones commonly remain on the tree for many years, turning dull gray-black.
  • Most children have been said to play with whatever they can find, such as pine cones and rocks.
  • The seed cones are large and heavy, in length and almost as wide as they are long.
  • The old cones commonly remain on the tree for many years, turning dull grey-black.
  • The seed cones, long, are red-purple when young but become dark brown with age.
  • Two to four large cones are borne in the heart of the leaves.
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Meaning of cone

  • noun Any cone-shaped artifact
  • noun A shape whose base is a circle and whose sides taper up to a point
  • noun Cone-shaped mass of ovule- or spore-bearing scales or bracts
  • noun A visual receptor cell in the retina that is sensitive to bright light and to color
  • verb Make cone-shaped
    cone a tire