Noun(1) the inner and usually edible part of a seed or grain or nut or fruit stone(2) a single whole grain of a cereal(3) the choicest or most essential or most vital part of some idea or experience
(1) But there's always at least a kernel of truth in their stories, frequently much more than that.(2) In 1991, Torvalds began experimenting with a rudimentary operating system kernel .(3) I'm willing to bet that there is a kernel of truth to this story and the rest is all rot.(4) Nutritionally, oats are similar to whole wheat, the main difference being that the oat kernel has not been taken apart, and the wheat kernel has.(5) The kernel of truth at the centre of an emotion is best discovered with the writerly equivalent of controlled burning, that is, a fearlessly wielded red pen.(6) this is the kernel of the argument(7) The trouble with most speeches is that they suffer from extraneous verbiage - too much shell, not enough kernel .(8) There is a kernel of truth in these colourful illusions.(9) The essence of fabrication about someone's political position is to take a kernel of truth and apply so much distortion as to turn it into a lie.(10) The shell of the coconut is hard and rough, but the milk and kernel inside are delicious.(11) Some of you may wonder how locals manage to work the edible kernel from its black shell within seconds, while holding a conversation.(12) Wheat germ is the small, inner part of the wheat kernel that is a concentrated source of nutrients.(13) While all of these arguments contain a kernel of truth, close analysis shows that they are disingenuous at best and downright misleading at worst.(14) At the heart of the fleshy fruit, snug within its stony kernel , lies a bitter seed that is purported to hold miraculous anti-tumour properties.(15) the kernel of a walnut(16) There is hardware support for position independent code and secure operation though privileged modes that prevent user programs from corrupting the operating system kernel .
(1) kernel panic :: ваҳм ядро
1. seed ::
2. essence ::
3. nucleus ::
4. meat ::
5. marrow ::
Different Formskernel, kernels
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