Cornshuck

Corn´shuck`

    (~shŭk`)
n.1.The husk covering an ear of Indian corn.
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Then there's Ben E King's Don't Play That Song, Dionne Warwick's I Say A Little Prayer, James Carr's Dark End Of The Street and Little Miss Cornshuck's rare and original version of Try A Little Tenderness.
The Antebellum tree displays unique ornaments handmade from materials found around the house, including yam dolls, cornshuck dolls, miniature baskets, cut paper ornaments, and quilled snowflakes.
A really hard-pressed housewife could throw together a |tack quilt' in a day or two, using bits of worn coats or trousers, assembled without regard for design and tied together over a filling of newspaper, cornshucks or even dead leaves.