Corner may also refer to:
Other articles related to "corner, corners":
... Located in the northeast corner of the county, it borders the following townships and cities North Royalton - north Broadview Heights - northeast Richfield Township, Summit ...
... since 1994 and is now made up of four main stands and two corner infill stands in the North-East and South-West corners ... The North-West corner (as well as a lot of the land under the John Street Stand) contains the Blades Enterprise Centre, and the South-East corner is still open, although there are plans to fill it with seating as part ...
... Virts Corner is an unincorporated community in Loudoun County, Virginia ... Virts Corner is located on U.S ... Bluemont Britain Conklin Dover Dulles Elvan Eubanks Gleedsville Georges Mill Gilberts Corner Howardsville Leithtown Lenah Lincoln Loudoun Heights Lucketts Mechanicsville ...
... Gallows Corner is an area and major road junction in the London Borough of Havering near Romford ... During the 18th century, Gallows Corner was a lonely country crossroads and a favourite spot for waylaying coaches ... The place of execution was then the gallows at Gallows Corner ...
... Encoignure is a type of furniture located in a corner of a room ... used to designate a small armoire, commode, cabinet or cupboard made to fit a corner ... A chair placed in a corner is referred to as a chaise encoignure ...
Famous quotes containing the word corner:
“The arbitrary division of ones life into weeks and days and hours seemed, on the whole, useless. There was but one day for the men, and that was pay day, and one for the women, and that was rent day. As for the children, every day was theirs, just as it should be in every corner of the world.”
—Alice Caldwell Rice (18701942)
“In the Corner Store, near the village center, hangs a large sign reading: After 40 years of credit business, we have closed our book of Sorrow.”
—For the State of Maine, U.S. public relief program (1935-1943)
“Passion is here a soilure of the wits,
Were told, and Love a cross for them to bear;
Joy shivers in the corner where she knits
And Conscience always has the rocking-chair,
Cheerful as when she tortured into fits
The first cat that was ever killed by Care.”
—Edwin Arlington Robinson (18691935)