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exclusive control or possession

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a place off to the side of an area

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the point where two lines meet or intersect

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an interior angle formed by two meeting walls

the point where three areas or surfaces meet or intersect

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a temporary monopoly on a kind of commercial trade

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a predicament from which a skillful or graceful escape is impossible

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a projecting part where two sides or edges meet

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a remote area

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(architecture) solid exterior angle of a building

gain control over

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force a person or an animal into a position from which he cannot escape

turn a corner

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En el programa de mano de Le corna di don Friolera, redactado por Bragaglia para la representacion de 1951, conocemos como y donde acontecieron el encuentro y el reencuentro entre ambas personalidades artisticas:
Zoja C, Donadelli R, Corna D, Testa D, Facchinetti D, Maffi R, Luzzana E, Colosio V, Bertani T, Remuzzi G.
The brightness and color of comets can yield constraints on the composition and the amount of gas and dust in the corna.
The origins of modern Gaelic language development can be traced to the 1982 report Corna Gaidhlig commissioned by the Highlands and Islands Development Board (HIDB).
The Corna Formation has been described as a fine-grained, compact, allochemical limestone having a veined texture (Italithos, 2004).
Championship leader and fellow Aussie Troy Corser was in the No 1 spot on his Corna Extra Suzuki after qualifying, but a slight error of judgement in the Superpole grid decider dropped him to third spot behind Ducati-riding Frenchman Regis Laconi who missed the previous two rounds through injury.
Toussaint, sin embargo, al conjeturar como pudo haber procedido Alonso Garcia Bravo para fijar los limites de la traza, supone que tomo como base la acequia que corna de norte a sur por lo que actualmente es el Eje Central Lazaro Cardenas.
The researchers, led by Dr Francesca Corna from the University of Padova, questioned 98 homosexual and 100 heterosexual men.
The invitation side, who play Scotland and England either side of Wales on their three-match Staffware Challenge Tour, have also named the likes of Scott Quinnell (Wales), South African trio Percy Montgomery, CornA Krige and Bobby Skinstad, French pair Thomas CastaignAde and Raphaael Ibauez, All Black Taine Randell, Jason Leonard (England) and Geordan Murphy (Ireland) in their squad, while others are expected to be announced within the next few days.
Zoja C, Corna D, Farina C, Sacchi G, Lingwood C, Doyle MP, et al.
Siede Pluton nel mezzo, e con la destra sostien lo scettro ruvido e pesante; ne tanto scoglio in mar, ne rupe alpestra, ne pur Calpe s'inalza o 'l magno Atlante, ch'anzi lui non paresse un picciol colle, si la gran fronte e le gran corna estolle.
With: Giorgio Panariello, Kasia Smutniak, Luisa Corna, Giovanni Cacioppo, Carlo Pistarino, Evelina Gori, Athina Cenci, Riccardo Garrone.
Gossage and his wife, Corna, still have their youngest son, Todd, at home.
Maryellen Corna, Confusion and Dissension Surrounding the Venue Transfer Statutes, 53 OHIO ST.