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corn rose

n
(Plants) archaic Brit any of several red-flowered weeds of cornfields, such as the corn poppy
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FIELD POPPY, CORN POPPY, FLANDERS POPPY, CORN ROSE, RED WEED (Papaver rhoeas).
When the price of corn rose, he switched to wood pellets.
In July alone the price of corn rose by 23 per cent.
When prices for corn rose, refiners curtailed corn ethanol production, they said.
wheat climbed to a three-week high Thursday and corn rose for a sixth straight session as adverse crop weather across top exporters Europe and the United States threatened to curb grain supplies.
Corn rose more than 2 percent in early trade, but lost some of its gains on a broad sell-off in industrial metals, after investors were unnerved by a fall of more than two percent in China's benchmark stock market index.
common names include corn poppy, corn rose, field poppy, Flanders poppy, red poppy).
As the price of home-grown corn rose, Ricardo argued in On the Principles of Political Economy and Taxation (1817), Britain would benefit by importing corn from countries able to produce it at lower cost.
US corn rose for the first time in four sessions on Thursday, edging up from a near five-month low touched earlier in the session, after a widely watched crop tour reported lower yield estimates in a key producing region.
Chicago Board of Trade new-crop December corn rose 14-3/4 cents, or 1.
Summary: SINGAPORE/AMSTERDAM - Chicago corn rose nearly 2 percent on Thursday, recouping some of the previous session's losses after the U.
34 per bushel at the Chicago Board of Trade, just shy of this week's 9-month high, while July corn rose 20-1/2 cents to $6.