He was working on five of them; and one of them, the double cork 1080, he said he would name “the Bob.”
The floors were softened by cork tiles, the walls by Philippine mahogany paneling.
It is said that a Moët et Chandon cork pops somewhere on earth every second.
They sing harvest songs and pull cork after cork after cork.
Their nanny is from cork, Ireland, and she is amazing and hilarious.
She had wandered into "cork" and the three O'Neills surrounded her, staring.
Pour it through a funnel into half-pint bottles, and cork them well.
Both the cork and Kerry sides of the bay are very beautiful and worthy of investigation.
Then pour off the thin liquid from the top, and cork the jug tightly.
It consists of an inverted flask fitted with a cork, through which pass two tubes of unequal length.
1570s, "to put a cork sole on a shoe," from cork (n.)). Meaning "to stop with a cork" is from 1640s. Related: Corked; corking.
place in Ireland, anglicized from Irish Corcaigh, from corcach "marsh."