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Cor·ner

(kōr'nĕr),
George W., U.S. anatomist and historian, 1889-1981. See: Corner-Allen test, Corner-Allen unit.

Cor·ner

(kōr'nĕr),
Edred M., English surgeon, 1873-1950. See: Corner tampon.
References in classic literature ?
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.