Examples of cone in a Sentence
He scooped out the popcorn with a paper cone.
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Food is another perennial fair favorite, with Native American tacos and salmon, barbecue, Thai food, corn on the cob, waffle cones, pizza, funnel cakes, pie, gyros, burgers, pizza, fudge, kettle corn and more for every taste.
Safety devices like cones, barrels and changeable message signs will be in place, posing a potential risk for distracted drivers even if construction workers may not be present.
And yes, even on this minute level there are roadblocks and collisions (imagine the tiny orange cones!) that can disrupt replication and other processes crucial to genomic stability.
But like ice cream cones, portfolios have room for more than one flavor, and together value and growth investments can complement each other.
Their view of the world is probably limited to moving shadows, not the clear picture production of a human’s cones, rods and lenses.
Kids rotated through six stations practicing layups and dribbling through orange cones.
The leitmotif of small cone hats and sensual face veils gave the silken 61-piece show a feel for the theatricality of the 1920s.
But there have been other moves—such as picking Florida’s Dante Fowler third overall in 2015, despite the fact that Fowler had a prohibitive three-cone time for a top pass rusher—that have confounded those who believe in the numbers.
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