Definition of Kernel:
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Sentence/Example of Kernel:
Asked to mask up, one passenger pulled out a large bag of popcorn and nibbled her way through it, kernel by kernel, stymieing the cabin crew for the length of the flight.
There are even ways to detect if a kernel is not full inside the shell.
The other kernels are still getting hot, the heat is on, and they’re going to pop no matter what.
When you make popcorn, you heat it up in a pan and, as the kernels get hot, they pop.
All the rest he labeled prokaryotes, for life “before kernel.”
This fruit is of the best description; it is full and juicy, and has a long, broad kernel in the middle.
It is about the size of a nut, with a brown verrucous outside; the edible part is white and tender, and the kernel black.
The kernel is almost the same colour as the nutmeg, but it has no net-work: it is dried in the shade.
From the Minority Report proposals, thus succinctly put, we have so far omitted what is really the kernel of the whole matter.
We are now approaching the fort and palace, the kernel of the city, which it is best to see after the ridge.