## CONE

### Cone

A cone is a three-dimensional geometric shape that tapers smoothly from a flat base to a point called the apex or vertex.

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### C-One

The C-One is a single-board computer created in 2002 as an enhanced version of the Commodore 64, a home computer popular in the 1980s. Designed by Jeri Ellsworth, a self-taught designer, and Jens Schönfeld from Individual Computers, who manufactured the boards themselves, the C-One has been re-engineered to allow cloning of other 8-bit computers.

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### cone

#### Noun

1. A surface of revolution formed by rotating a segment of a line around another line that intersects the first line.
2. A solid of revolution formed by rotating a triangle around one of its altitudes.
3. A space formed by taking the direct product of a given space with a closed interval and identifying all of one end to a point.
4. Anything shaped like a cone.
5. The fruit of a conifer.<ref name="Illustr. Oxford 1998"/>
6. An ice cream cone.<ref name="Illustr. Oxford 1998"/>
7. A unit of volume, applied solely to marijuana and only while it is in a smokable state; roughly 1.5 cubic centimetres, depending on use.
8. Any of the small cone-shaped structures in the retina.<ref name="Illustr. Oxford 1998"/>
9. The bowl piece on a bong.
10. The process of smoking cannabis in a bong.
11. A cone-shaped cannabis joint.
12. A passenger on a cruise ship (so-called by employees after traffic cones, from the need to navigate around them)
13. Given a diagram F : JC, a cone consists of an object N of C, together with a family of morphisms ψX : NF(X) indexed by all of the objects of J, such that for every morphism f : XY in J, $F(f) \circ \psi_X = \psi_Y$. Then N is the vertex of the cone, whose sides are all the ψX indexed by Ob(J) and whose base is F. The cone is said to be "from N to F" and can be denoted as (N, ψ).
«Let J be an index category which has an initial object I. Let F be a diagram of type J in C. Then category C contains a cone from F(I) to F
«If category C has a cone from N to F and a morphism from M to N, then category C also has a cone from M to F
14. A shell of the genus Conus, having a conical form.

#### Verb

1. To fashion into the shape of a cone.

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