cornstalk cornstalk  /ˈkɔrn ˌstɔk/


  • (n) the stalk of a corn plant


  1. Sweeney produced and the state of Iowa patented a cornstalk wallboard, light, strong, cheap.
  2. Grouped around the cornstalk are eight gods and goddesses gathering healing pollen.
  3. East Side moppets who have never before seen a cornstalk may help till an East Side school-garden.


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    Emilio Magana, 13, gets wet at the dunk tank during games in the park the Cairo CornStalk Festival. (For The Independent/Stephanie King-Witt) Riding the train, driven by Nate Weaver and his son Leighton, 4, was just one of many activities at the park in Cairo during the Cairo CornStalk Festival.
    on June 23, 2013     Source: Grand Island Independent

  2. CornStalk Festival will have events for all ages

    CAIRO — The Cairo CornStalk Festival has something for every age, said Christy Osburn, who chairs the event’s committee.
    on June 21, 2013     Source: Grand Island Independent

  3. Cairo to host pre-Chautauqua DVD showing

    CAIRO — A pre-Chautauqua event has been scheduled during Cornstalk Days at Cairo.
    on June 19, 2013     Source: Grand Island Independent

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