cane

1 The woven fibrous strips from the stems of a group of palms known as rattans, which are used in furniture. Canework came to Europe from China via the Dutch East India Company trade in the 17thC. It was popular in Europe in the second half of the 17th, and again from the end of the 18thC. The Chinese wove the outer fibres of the trees into very fi …...

Cane

A thin but tough woody stem that often has a pithy or hollow centre, as in the case of the stems of bamboo and raspberry

Cane

a one-year-old shoot on a grapevine.
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Cane

A slender, straight, not very woody branch or stem of a plant (i.e. bamboo, rose, raspberry and blackberry bushes.)
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cane

[n] - a strong slender often flexible stem as of bamboos, reeds, rattans, or sugar cane 2. [n] - a stick that people can lean on to help them walk 3. [n] - a stiff switch used to hit students as punishment 4. [v] - beat with a cane
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Cane

Rod of multicoloured glass, made up of smaller individual rods fused together, then stretched
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Cane

Rods of coloured glass from which the patterns were formed in many types of paperweights.
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Cane

Cane (kān) noun [ Middle English cane , canne , Old French cane , French canne , Latin canna , from Greek ka`nna , ka`nnh ; probably of Semitic origin; confer Hebrew qāneh reed. Confer Canister , canon , 1s...
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Cane

Cane (kān) transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Caned (kānd); present participle & verbal noun Caning .] 1. To beat with a cane. Macaulay. 2. To make or furnish with cane or rattan; as, to
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cane

noun a stiff switch used to hit students as punishment
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cane

noun a strong slender often flexible stem as of bamboos, reeds, rattans, or sugar cane
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cane

flog 1 lambaste verb beat with a cane
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cane

(kān) an assistive device that provides partial support and balance for ambulation and standing. adjustable cane a cane whose length can be easily altered. quadripod cane a cane adapted for increased stability by providing a four-legged rectangular bas...
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Cane

• (n.) A walking stick; a staff; -- so called because originally made of one the species of cane. • (n.) A lance or dart made of cane. • (n.) A local European measure of length. See Canna. • (n.) Stems of other plants are sometimes called canes; as, the canes of a raspberry. • (n.) A name given to several peculiar palms, sp...
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Cane

(from the article `African American literature`) ...ever published. Yet the most notable narratives produced by the Harlem Renaissance came from Toomer (himself an accomplished poet), Fisher, ... After attending the University of Wisconsin and the City College of New York, Toomer taught briefly in the Sparta, Ga., public schools and the...
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Cane

Cane is either of two genera of tall, perennial grasses with flexible, woody stalks from different tribes of the family Poaceae, that grow throughout the world.{citation needed|date=November 2013} The genus Arundo (tribe Arundineae) is native from the Mediterranean region to the Far East. The genus Arundinaria is a bamboo (tribe Bambuseae) found i...
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Cane

[disambiguation] Cane are very tall perennial grasses, with flexible stalks, that grow in damp soils. Taxa of cane are: Cane may also refer to: ==Plants== ==Animals== ==Places== ==Entertainment and the arts== ==Sports== ==Other== ...
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Cane

Cane is British slang for assault, beat up.
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Cane

Cane is British slang for assault, beat up.
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cane

cane, walking stick. Probably used first as a weapon, it gradually took on the symbolism of strength and power and eventually authority and social prestige. Ancient Egyptian rulers carried the symbolic staff, and in ancient Greece, some gods were represented with a staff in hand. In the Middle Ages,...
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cane

cane, in botany, name for the hollow or woody, usually slender and jointed stems of plants (particularly rattan and other bamboos) and for various tall grasses, e.g., sugarcane, sorghum, and also other grasses used in the S United States for fodder. The large, or giant, cane (Arundinaria macrosperma...
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cane

Reedlike stem of various plants such as the sugar cane, bamboo, and, in particular, the group of palms called rattans, consisting of the genus Calamus and its allies. Their slender stems are dried and used for making walking sticks, baskets, and furniture
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cane

The woven fibrous strips from the stems of a group of palms known as rattans, which are used in furniture.
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Cane

The mature (tan or brown, but not green) shoot of a vine.
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Cane

(abbr.) A Hurricane battlecruiser.
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