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cor

(kor) Latin word meaning heart. cor adiposum a heart that has undergone fatty degeneration or that has an accumulation of fat around it. cor bovinum a greatly enlarged heart resulting from a hypertrophied left ventricle. cor pulmonale ...
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cor

(L. cordis) (NA) the muscular organ that maintains the circulation of the blood. c. adiposum a heart that has undergone fatty degeneration or that has an accumulation of fat around it; called also fat or fatty, heart. c. arteriosum the left side of the heart, so called because it contains oxygenated (arterial) blood. c. biloculare a congenital a......
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Cor

• (n.) A Hebrew measure of capacity; a homer.
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COR

[label] COR is a labelling system used to identify kosher foods in Canada. The symbol is a trademark of the Kashruth Council of Canada, the largest kashrut agency in Canada. There are over 45,000 products at over 1000 facilities bearing this symbol in Canada. The name COR stands for Council of Orthodox Rabbis, and their symbol, known worldw...
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Cor

Cor (kôr) noun [ Hebrew kōr .] A Hebrew measure of capacity; a homer. [ Written also core .]
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COR

Center for Orthopaedic Research
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COR

College of Radiographers
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Cor

Cor: The Latin word for the heart. For example, cor pulmonale is heart disease that results from abnormally high resistance to the passage of blood through the lungs. Cor biloculare is a two-chambered heart resulting from failure of development of the walls that normally separate the two atria from each other and separate the two ventricles from on...
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Cor

Corridor (1930s express), all withdrawn
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cor

The muscular organ that maintains the circulation of the blood. C. Adiposum a heart that has undergone fatty degeneration or that has an accumulation of fat around it, also called fat or fatty, heart. C. Arteriosum the left side of the heart, so called because it contains oxygenated (arterial) blood. C. Biloculare a congenital anomaly characterised...
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cor

Type: Term Pronunciation: kōr Synonyms: heart
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