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So I drove around the corner to the trailhead of the logging road that led back to the crash site. But they do put it right around the corner near the time the video was shot. They were racing toward the corner of Tompkins and Myrtle avenues with Johnson at the wheel when another call came over the radio. They have pushed into just about every other corner of the Caribbean and Central America where airports exist. He was standing on the corner and wearing only a T-shirt and jeans, and this was at night and it was really cold. Over in her corner , between young Billings and the interloper, Stuart, Sue was having a beautiful time. Quickly, yet quietly, the three concealed themselves in a corner of the box car. She laid Joy down in a corner of the ravine the furthest removed from the fire; she could not have carried her another inch. I was in a corner of the lower end, when I saw Dubois enter in a stout coat, with his ordinary bearing.
More at hirn. Borrowed from English corner. Borrowed from Anglo-Norman cornere. This verb conjugates as a first-group verb ending in -er. Old French conjugation varies significantly by date and by region. The following conjugation should be treated as a guide.
He cornered me and asked me why I was late. He cornered her and tried to kiss her. The dogs had the cat cornered. Cornered , he handed her the letter. Hamden had managed to corner the entire grain supply. Her company has cornered the market in frozen vegetarian meals.