(n.) An obsolete rude reed instrument (Ger. Zinken), of the oboe family.
(n.) A brass instrument, with cupped mouthpiece, and furnished with valves or pistons, now used in bands, and, in place of the trumpet, in orchestras. See Cornet-a-piston.
(n.) A certain organ stop or register.
(n.) A cap of paper twisted at the end, used by retailers to inclose small wares.
(n.) A troop of cavalry; -- so called from its being accompanied by a cornet player.
(n.) The standard of such a troop.
(n.) The lowest grade of commissioned officer in a British cavalry troop, who carried the standard. The office was abolished in 1871.
(n.) A headdress
(n.) A square cap anciently worn as a mark of certain professions.
(n.) A part of a woman's headdress, in the 16th century.
(n.) See Coronet, 2.
(1) She held her service game to go 2-1 up and then broke to 30 after Cornet double-faulted.
(2) By this he presumably meant a cornet, which is at least an instrument, albeit not one that appears anywhere on Polar Bear’s album.
(3) Cornet, the 25th seed, had never beaten a top-20 player at a grand slam in 13 attempts.
(4) Chelsea overcome nerves to top group and move into last 16 at Porto’s expense Read more Although Paco Alcácer drew a save from Anthony Lopes, Lyon were the better side, allowed to travel a long way when they came forward, and it was not a huge surprise when Cornet scored.
(5) – but the tournament is not over for me.” In the last 16 Cornet will play the exciting 20-year-old Canadian Eugenie Bouchard, who reached the French Open semi-final earlier this month.
(6) She is clearly capable of bouncing back but Mouratoglou, speaking on Monday, less than 24 hours after her shock defeat by Alizé Cornet of France , said the American was not her usual competitive self.
(7) But while Cornet’s nerves must have been break-dancing around her body she didn’t show it.
(8) The broad similis group of Cornet & Chateau (1971), under which these 10 species of Synhelea were originally assembled, is not only maintained but expanded by a further 11 species.
(9) Three came and went before Cornet finally got the break and after that she never looked back.
(10) She double-faulted to give Cornet two breakpoints only to recover before, at 1-1, deuce, the umpire called them off.
(11) Grass is Williams’ domain, whereas Cornet had won just 10 of her 25 matches on the surface.
(12) But at 5-3 Cornet held her nerve and sealed the set by smashing a short ball away.
(13) Cornet won the first game of the second set and, having rediscovered her rhythm and confidence, then broke to go 2-0.
(14) The authors indicate the presence in People's Republic of Congo of the five following sandflies: Sergentomyia decipiens Theodor, 1931; Sergentomyia dissimillima Abonnenc, 1972; Sergentomyia tauffliebi Abonnenc and Cornet, 1971; Sergentomyia wansoni Parrot, 1938 and Sergentomyia squamipleuris Newstead, 1912.
(15) For months the paternity of little George (named after a cornet-playing gamekeeper) was in question.
(16) On one occasion tonsillitis turned out to be a magnificent slimming technique until I discovered 99 flake cornets were quite soothing.
(17) Not so long ago Cornet, a 24-year-old from Nice, hated playing on grass.
(18) After the break because of the rain I was so slow,” Cornet said.
(19) Cornet thumped her racquet bag in frustration but Williams’ winners kept coming.
(20) It was a surprise that followed hot on the heels of Williams’ exit at the hands of the unfancied Alizé Cornet and there was more drama to come for the world No1 when she had to pull out of her third-round doubles match with sister Venus.
(n.) A large, strong wasp. The European species (Vespa crabro) is of a dark brown and yellow color. It is very pugnacious, and its sting is very severe. Its nest is constructed of a paperlike material, and the layers of comb are hung together by columns. The American white-faced hornet (V. maculata) is larger and has similar habits.
(1) Moderate to severe SRs were equally likely after stings of yellow jacket, white-faced hornet, and yellow hornet (65%), honeybee (67%), or wasp (70%), although historical SRs were reported more often after stings of yellow jacket, white-faced hornet, or yellow hornet (30%) than after honeybee (19%) or wasp (14%) stings.
(2) Josh King restored the lead moments after coming off the substitutes’ bench, but the Hornets levelled for a second time through Isaac Success three minutes later.
(3) The hornet investigated is the one ubiquitous in Israel - Vespa orientalis.
(4) We usually only hear scary stories about invaders such as the Asian hornet , a lethal predator of honeybees.
(5) Nine cats were given an intravenous injection of the Oriental hornet (Vespa orientalis, Vespinae; Hymenoptera) venom sac extract (VSE) and seven cats had the same VSE administered as eye drops.
(6) And when the US president pokes his finger in this one, it is a hornets nest.” Shen Dingli, a prominent Chinese foreign policy expert from Shanghai’s Fudan University, told the New York Times such behaviour from Trump could not be tolerated once he reached the White House.
(7) The hepatotoxic effect of venom sac extract (VSE) of the Oriental hornet has already been demonstrated using the well-known models of experimental toxicology: in vivo, isolated in situ and in vitro.
(8) The Hornets wish all three men well for their future careers.” Jokanovic also sent a message to Watford following confirmation of his departure.
(9) The allergic reactions are mediated by IgE antibodies directed at constituents in honeybee, yellow jacket, hornet, and wasp venoms.
(10) Anti-bald face hornet venom serum suppressed the activity of phospholipase A2 present in the four insect venoms with the inhibitory effect decreasing in the order: bald face hornet greater than yellow hornet greater than yellow jacket greater than honeybee.
(11) SDS-PAGE data demonstrate that the venom of young hornets contains a unique component (82 kD), nonexistent in adult venom.
(12) The European hornet, Vespa crabro, is a very large insect native to much of Europe and Asia and introduced into eastern North America.
(13) A combination of immunoelectrophoresis and immunodiffusion techniques gave indication of common antigenic sites in a component of yellow hornet venom and a component of bald face hornet venom.
(14) Venom sac extract from young hornet workers had the same influence on the blood pressure, did not affect thermoregulation and the effect on the auditory and somato sensory pathways were less consistent.
(15) In the hornet nest of the species Vespa orientalis, there is transmission of information by acoustic means between the larvae and the adults.
(16) An enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA) was developed that could measure titres of human IgG antibodies to five different venoms (honeybee, yellow jacket, yellow hornet, white-faced hornet, and wasp), and to honeybee phospholipase A.
(17) Look to recent coverage: "Hornet's Nest" declares this week's Economist; "The Ally from Hell" proclaims the Atlantic.
(18) Venom from young and adult hornets inhibit protein synthesis in human lymphocytes and platelets, but does not affect the synthesis of DNA and RNA.
(19) The Sheffield-Batley game is the last of a triple-header that begins with the very local rivalry between Leigh Miners and Wigan St Patrick's, two of British rugby league's most prolific junior nurseries, in the amateur Challenge Trophy final, and is followed by another pair of neighbours, Oldham and Rochdale Hornets, bidding to secure promotion to the Championship with the North Wales Crusaders, who were crowned the Kingstone Press Club of the Year on Thursday.
(20) The Hornets, who went into the last international break with the charismatic Italian Beppe Sannino still in charge, are now set to end this one six weeks later under the control of his third replacement.