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Turn a Corner


"Turn a Corner" is a musical single of TRS-80.

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"Turn a corner" is a book by Jack Cassidy.

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Google previewMehri Lexicon and English-Mehri Word-list (1987)

by Thomas M. Johnstone, Gerald Rex Smith

E 16; C 15, to turn a corner; S lé, to catch ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Modern Slang, Cant, And, Vulgar Words (1860)

Preceded by a History of Cant and Vulgar Language : with Glossaries of Two Secret Languages by John C. Hotten

DUBLIN PACKET, to turn a corner ; to ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Slang, Jargon & Cant (1889)

by C.G. Leland

to turn a corner, to get out of eight. Electrified (American), excited with liquor. Elephant (thieves), a vlotim poaseseed of much money. ( Common), the elephant, origin - ally an Americaniem. We might compile a volume of the amusing 344 explanations and illustrations of this expression which have appeared. Eat—Elephonl. ...

Google previewA Dictionary of English Synonymes and Synonymous Or Parallel Expressions Designed As a Practical Guide to Aptness and Variety of Phraseology (1871)

by Richard Soule

Turn a corner, Go round a corner. Turn aside, Avert, turn away, turn off'.

Google previewHeinemann English Dictionary (2001)

by Martin Manser

• corner verb 1 to turn a corner, especially in a vehicle. 2 to force into a difficult or trapped situation: The cat finally cornered the mouse. corner shop noun a small shop selling a wide variety of goods. cornerstone noun 1 a stone built into the ...

Google previewEasier English Student Dictionary (2009)

Over 35,000 terms clearly defined by Bloomsbury Publishing

to turn a corner O This new model corners very well.

Google previewAdvanced Learners' Dictionary (1998)

by Martin H. Manser, Turton, Nigel D. Turton

get the larger part of; monopolize: comer the market 4 turn a corner: The new car comers well, cornerstone n 1 the stone laid in the corner of a building.

Google previewChambers Pocket Dictionary (1992)

to turn a corner. — cut corners to spend less money, effort, time, etc. on something than one should. — take a corner to corner: took the corner too fast. — turn the corner 1 to go round a corner. 2 to get past the most dangerous stage, e.g. of an illness. [OFr come, corner, horn] cornerstone n 1 a stone built into the corner of the foundation of a building. 2 a crucial or indispensable part; ...

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