Prevent access to or from (an area or building) by surrounding it with police or other guards
the city center was cordoned off after fires were discovered in two stores
A line or circle of police, soldiers, or guards preventing access to or from an area or building
troops threw a cordon around the headquarters
An ornamental cord or braid
a series of sentinels or of military posts enclosing or guarding some place or thing
cord or ribbon worn as an insignia of honor or rank
adornment consisting of an ornamental ribbon or cord
In viticulture, the canopy of a grapevine includes the parts of the vine visible aboveground - the trunk, cordon, stems, leaves, flowers, and fruit. ...
A ribbon normally worn diagonally across the chest as a decoration or insignia of rank etc; A line of people or things placed around an area to enclose or protect it; The arc of fielders on the off side, behind the batsman - the slips and gully; A woody plant, such as a fruit tree, pruned and ...
(Cordons) are single stemmed trees with fruiting spurs planted at an angle. Any side branches are removed by pruning. cordons take less space and crop earlier than most other forms which means that more varieties can be got into a small space, but yields are smaller per tree.
A trained fruit tree or bush whose growth is restricted by pruning to a single stem.
The coping or top course of a scarp or a rampart, sometimes of different colored stone and set proud from the rest of the wall. Designed to keep the wall from weathering. The point where a rampart stops and a parapet begins. An open line of troops surrounding an objective.
A cordon is the means to maintain an area and is used to restrict movement into and out of an area.
a military line of sentinels, as posts or warships, enclosing (PERIMETER, ambit) or guarding (DMZ, YANKEE STATION) an area; compare BLOCKING FORCE, SCREEN, CHOP LINE. Also, a CORD, braid, or ribbon worn as an ornament, fastening, or badge; fourragere, LANYARD, CONTRAFOIL.
A barrier of controlled or blocked cells that cuts off a king from part of the board.
generally appliced to fruit trees that are trained by removing all the lateral branchs to leave a single main stem grwoing upright, horizontally, or more often at an oblique angle.
a line or circle, as of soldiers or ships, stationed around an area to guard it.
(cor'-don) A ribbon worn across the breast by knights of some orders.
A kind of trellis used to train grape vines.
That part of the vine that is permanent - that is it to say it is left from year to year, whereas other parts are pruned away.
noun - 1. a cord or ribbon bestowed or borne as a badge of honor; a broad ribbon, usually worn after the manner of a baldric, constituting a mark of a very high grade in an honorary order 2. a rich and ornamental lace or string, used to secure a mantle in some costumes of state 3. ...
one or more canes selected to permanently extend from the trunk, and normally tied in a lateral position. It becomes woody after a growth season. Cordons may be unilateral (one cane), bilateral (two canes) or four-arm (four canes).
An ornamental or fruit tree that is trained into a single main stem with no side branching.
horizontal branches of a grapevine trained along the trellis; also called the arms. The canes left after pruning which will produce fruiting shoots and new canes.
A very interesting way to grow fruit trees. Apples and pears do well in this mode. The tree is repeatedly pruned and trained to grow as a single rope like stem. For lack of space, this is ideal.
A line of soldiers to honor a dignitary upon entering or exiting from a given place or vehicle.
A trained plant usually with only one main stem
A method of pruning leaving one cane (cordon) on each side of the trunk.
Term for the main branch of the trunk of a vine; bearing wood arm of a trunk