Corner

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Encoignure
... Encoignure is a type of furniture located in a corner of a room ... armoire, commode, cabinet or cupboard made to fit a corner ... A chair placed in a corner is referred to as a chaise encoignure ...
Virts Corner, Virginia
... 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
... 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 ... place of execution was then the gallows at Gallows Corner ...
Bramall Lane - The Ground Today - The Stands
... 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 ...
Hinckley Township, Medina County, Ohio - Geography
... Located in the northeast corner of the county, it borders the following townships and cities North Royalton - north Broadview Heights - northeast Richfield Township, Summit County - east Bath Township, Summit County ...

Famous quotes containing the word corner:

    I have no desire for riches. Honest poverty and a conscience torpid through virtuous inaction are more to me than corner lots and praise.
    Mark Twain [Samuel Langhorne Clemens] (1835–1910)

    And with the corner of a Creed,
    The more shall be your meed.
    John Skelton (1460?–1529)

    People think that if a man has undergone any hardship, he should have a reward; but for my part, if I have done the hardest possible day’s work, and then come to sit down in a corner and eat my supper comfortably—why, then I don’t think I deserve any reward for my hard day’s work—for am I not now at peace? Is not my supper good?
    Herman Melville (1819–1891)