creiddiolgalon, calon, calonnau, cnewyll, cnewyllyn, chalon, chalonnau, chnewyll, chnewyllyn, bywyn, fywyn, galonnau, gnewyll, gnewyllyn, nghalon, nghalonnau, nghnewyll, nghnewyllyn, mywyn
- craiddheb y galoncreiddiauCoreycreiddio
Noun(1) a small group of indispensable persons or things(2) the center of an object(3) the central part of the Earth(4) the choicest or most essential or most vital part of some idea or experience(5) a cylindrical sample of soil or rock obtained with a hollow drill(6) an organization founded by James Leonard Farmer in 1942 to work for racial equality(7) the central meaning or theme of a speech or literary work(8) (computer science(9) the chamber of a nuclear reactor containing the fissile material where the reaction takes place(10) a bar of magnetic material (as soft iron
Verb(1) remove the core or center from
(1) "When your core is stronger you can control your body better, and you'll improve your kinesthetic awareness," states Riegel.(2) Under Reese's guidance, Hansen focuses intently on building core strength and complementing the building of muscle strength with the maintenance of flexibility.(3) And there's an instrument on board Beagle 2 called the mole and the mole will burrow under the soil and the drill will take a drill core from a rock.(4) the plan has the interests of children at its core(5) With those gone, I sever the wires that connect the disk drive to my memory core .(6) an apple core(7) Cut four ├ö├ç├┐sides├ö├ç├û from each pepper and discard the central core and seeds.(8) In aerial work, even more than in dance, building core strength is primary for stability and protecting the lower back.(9) The stories will change, the core cast of characters will not.(10) managers can concentrate on their core activities(11) Grate the unpeeled apples, discarding core and seeds.(12) Magnus shrugged as he took a last bite of the apple and twirled the core by the stem.(13) Sulfur is iron-loving, so it likes to reside in the iron core of a planet.(14) The planet's electromagnetic field is decaying due to the outer core of the Earth, itself a ball of trillions of tons of liquid metal, having stopped moving.(15) the core muscles of the abdomen(16) OCGuru allows you to adjust the voltages for both the core and memory, within safe limits, of course.
(1) core business :: busnes craidd
1. center ::
2. heart ::
3. nucleus ::
4. magnetic core ::
5. effect ::
6. marrow ::
7. central ::
Different Formscore, cored, cores, corey, coring
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