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Definition funny of Cornford:
In latin a cornford translates to `corn` `crap` meaning a corny poo or a crap that contains corn. Normally appearing the night after munching a product that contain corn or corn is an ingredient.
Oh man, I need a crap and its gonna a right cornford.
Books about Cornford:
University Politics: F.M. Cornford's Cambridge and his Advice to the Young Academic Politician by Gordon Johnson (Nov 20, 2013)
Cornford: Webster's Timeline History, 1845 - 2007 by Philip M. Parker (Jun 3, 2008)
Collected Writings: John Cornford by John Cornford and Jonathan Galassi (May 1986)
The Republic of Plato,: Translated with introduction and notes by Francis Macdonald Cornford by Plato (1941)
The Republic of Plato / translated with introduction and notes by Francis MacDonald Cornford (1945)
University Politics: F. M. Cornford's Cambridge and his Advice to the Young Academic Politician by Gordon Johnson (Sep 30, 1994)
Plato's Meno with Essays by Malcolm (Ed. ) Plato; Brown (1971)
Wiki information Cornford:
Francis Macdonald Cornford, FBA was an English classical scholar and poet; because of the similarity of his forename and his wife's, he was known to family as "FMC" and his wife Frances as "FCC". He was educated at St Paul's School and Trinity...
Rupert John Cornford was an English poet and communist. He was the son of F. M. Cornford and Frances Cornford, and a great-grandson of Charles Darwin. He was a member of the International Brigades and died while fighting fascism during the Spanish...