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Use "cordons" in a sentence
"If you are determined to cram a lot of trees in close together to get a wider range of varieties, there are things you can do-in particular, choose very dwarfing root stocks, varieties which don't grow very large, and go for restricted summer-pruned forms such as cordons or dwarf pyramids."
"The spokesman said: The Acpo manual on public order includes a full range of tactical options including water cannons and others more common to UK public order events, such as cordons and mounted police."
"Has there been a reduction in the number of axles going across the automatic counters along the "cordons" (basically the major bridges, tunnel, Boundary Road and North Road)?"