Cornet

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CORNET. A commissioned officer in a regiment of cavalry.

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Wade's unbelieving surprise, dwelt at length upon his enjoyment of Fallon's band and his longing to blow a cornet.
Joan Fogg, 55, had two silver Stirling cornets stolen from a car parked outside her home in Thornton.
Normally, you have two cornets and one horn," he explained.
Tim said: "We hand-make all our instruments - from cornets through to euphoniums.
For that price all those years ago one could have bought 240 cornets or 120 sandwiches.
Lanark GP Dr Bill Criggie, a respected member of the town's Lord Cornets club, has dumped his wife of 27 years, Heather.
Yet for me all the barriers were broken down on Saturday afternoon, when I took a big tub of ice-cream and a box of cornets into the old people's home where my mum lives.
Over the past 5 years, as astronomers have imaged more than 30 residents of the Kuiper belt, this proposed storehouse has become accepted as a source of cornets.
will be unevenly browned Flip cornets sesame seed side down and roll