The room was L-shaped; the corner in which stood his couch was dim, but the hanging lamp in the main part of the room, over the billiard table and just around the corner
, so that it did not shine on him, was burning brightly.
What he was askin' was too close work for comfort--a double turn, like an S, between a corner of a paddock an' around the corner
of the barn to the last swing.
He was edging his way gingerly around the corner
of a precipice where the upper edge of a sharp declivity of ice-glazed snow joined it.
asked Felicity, coming around the corner
of the hedge.
1 (ANI): With elections just around the corner
in Gujarat, Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi condemned the actions of the BJP by saying that petrol prices are rising only in India.
I now see the first European Civil War as being just around the corner
, as countries try to break from the suffocating grip of a federal Europe in Brussels.
May I suggest that the words of Noel Coward's There Are Bad Times Just Around The Corner
, sung to a merry tune, could be more apt.
I don't think he saw the bus coming around the corner
SHE was playing with a new friend around the corner
The South Shields lad, who was dropped by Simon Cowell's record label two months ago, has spent pounds 190,000 on the three-storey townhouse just around the corner
from his mam's home in South Shields.
One local man said: "It was struggling to go up the hill and then around the corner
Demolition is right around the corner
," city leaders say.