CRNRS

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CRNRSCorners (Canada Post road designation)
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But the things Rivera fought for burned in his brain--blazing and terrible visions, that, with eyes wide open, sitting lonely in the corner of the ring and waiting for his tricky antagonist, he saw as clearly as he had lived them.
McCaskey arose heavily, and went toward the dish closet, with the corners of her mouth drawn down.
At last she tossed him to a corner where he limply lay cursing and weeping.
A few cheers heralded the advent of several young fellows, in shirt- sleeves, carrying buckets, bottles, and towels, who crawled through the ropes and crossed to the diagonal corner from her.
The summer light struck into the corner brilliantly in the earlier part of the day; but, when the streets grew hot, the corner was in shadow, though not in shadow so remote but that you could see beyond it into a glare of brightness.
All the way she had sat motionless in a corner of the coach with wide open eyes, and the expression in them which the countess knew so well and feared so much, and now she sat in the same way on the bench where she had seated herself on arriving.
These were all the antecedents known in Minor Canon Corner of the coming pupils.
Had Steward commanded him to forego the chicken bone after it was in the corner, he would have served him by foregoing.
they shouted in deafening tones, "old Eustache Moubon, the merchant at the corner, has just died.
She bent forward out of her corner, and suddenly drew up her veil.
But this corner was also attractive to youth at a later stage; and a young man, not less than twenty-four, was staring into the same shop window.
The teacher's desk and chair stood on a platform in one corner; there was an uncouth stove, never blackened oftener than once a year, a map of the United States, two blackboards, a ten-quart tin pail of water and long-handled dipper on a corner shelf, and wooden desks and benches for the scholars, who only numbered twenty in Rebecca's time.