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Horn Definition Meaning - Merriam-Webster.
Middle English, going back to Old English, going back to Germanic hurna- whence also Old Frisian, Old High German Old Norse horn horn, Gothic haurn going back to Indo-European ḱr-n-o, perhaps originally object" made of bony material from the head" whence also Latin cornum, cornū horn, Welsh carn hoof, hilt, handle, Breton karn hoof, and, with an additional velar suffix, Sanskrit śŕṅgam horn, derivative of a base ḱer-, elsewhere with laryngeal element ḱer-h 2 - bony" material constituting the skull or horns" - more at kerato-.
Horn instrument - Wikipedia.
Unlike the modern horn, which has grown considerably larger internally for a bigger, broader, and louder tone, and considerably heavier with the addition of valves and tubing in the case of the double horn the Vienna horn very closely mimics the size and weight of the natural horn although the valves do add some weight, they are lighter than rotary valves, even using crooks in the front of the horn, between the mouthpiece and the instrument.
What drives the demand for rhino horns? Conservation The Guardian.
A mixture of legal measures and social pressure, sometimes from the highest levels of the Yemeni state, coupled with awareness campaigns about harm done to rhinos in the wild, were fairly effective in making the practice of gifting daggers with rhino horn handles socially unacceptable.
HORN meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary.
I start with the scooter horn going into that ambience, then include the mix exactly at that point. From the Cambridge English Corpus. French horn: 4 short note horn sn, 5 held note horn held, 6 trill horn tr, and 7 glissando horn gliss.
Why Does a Rhino Horn Cost $300,000? Because Vietnam Thinks It Cures Cancer and Hangovers - The Atlantic. The Atlantic.
Given that one of the things driving demand is the perceived luxury of the item, higher prices alone are unlikelyto snuff out demand.And with a single horn fetching as much as $300,000, the risk of being caught probably seems to many poachers to be one worth running.
Horn anatomy - Wikipedia.
In these applications, horn is valued for its hardness, and it has given rise to the expression hard as horn. Horn is somewhat thermoplastic and like tortoiseshell was formerly used for many purposes where plastic would now be used. Horn may be used to make glue.
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Every year or two South African rhino farmers tranquilize their animals with darts, cut as much as four pounds of horn from each rhino, and store it all in bank vaults and other secure locations, hoping for a day when its legal to sell horn.
Horn - Wikipedia.
Horn antenna, a type of antenna shaped like a horn and also called horn." Glacial horn, a pyramid-shaped peak sculpted by glacial erosion. Control horn, a device that helps control the control surfaces of an aircraft. Horn video game, a mobile game.

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