Corking

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Corking may refer to:

  • A physiological plant disorder in stone fruit
  • Cork (material), a material harvested from the Cork oak tree
  • Cork taint, a wine defect
  • Spool knitting, a knitting technique
  • The process of inserting a stopper into the opening of a bottle
  • A game in which a cork being dropped in a players drink results in the player being required to "skull" said drink.
  • A game in which one uses a mallet to strike the underside of a small, 2'x4'x2' wooden table, resulting in a cork (on the top side of the table) to launch upward. The player that launches the cork the highest wins. Originated in East India.
  • Corking, a tactic used during Critical Mass bicycling events to maintain group cohesion.