Example sentences of "around the corner " in BNC.

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1 Yet it is easy for pioneer users and IT investors to remain with the tried and tested applications and miss out on the cutting edge opportunities just around the corner .
2 As it turned out , rather too much excitement was just around the corner .
3 It could just as well have been the 20th birthday of the Eden Gardens tea urn , and as far as the Indian government is concerned , there is nothing like an international cricket tournament for persuading the electorate that , with polling day just around the corner , Rajiv is the boy to vote for .
4 Equally , however , there are respected industry commentators who are certain that the first agreed takeover of a building society is just around the corner .
5 If you achieve this , then a record deal is just around the corner , and you will have earned yourself a strong negotiating position which should enable you to sign the deal you want and not the first deal that is offered .
6 The rise in unemployment frustrated the government 's spending plans , because of the rising costs of social security ; it also undermined the credibility of the government 's claims that its economic strategy was working and that economic recovery was around the corner .
7 But he believes that there are developments around the corner that could bring a lot of changes for the better , not least of them , technological changes .
8 But with their own economy in bad shape , and with the EC 's single market just around the corner , the Swedes will soon be setting sail again .
9 He 's sitting at the gate , watching the school around the corner decant its little boys .
10 Barking ferociously , the big Great Dane rushed from the rear of the house , skidded around the corner and hurled herself at the gate with such force that it creaked under the impact .
11 She explained : ‘ In a series you never know what is around the corner because the lines develop from episode to episode .
12 She became a familiar figure at some of London 's top stores , particularly in Kensington High Street , around the corner from the luxury £400,000 Holland Park Flat she shared with her Neighbours/PWL stablemate Jason Donovan .
13 Labour has campaigned strongly on its £1 billion ‘ recovery package ’ while Mr Lilley , a firm believer in Thatcherite non-intervention , has had to rely on promises that recovery is just around the corner .
14 I knew no other way to learn technique , so I kept on trying to do what she told me , hoping for the best , hoping that my true voice would appear around the corner .
15 The return of socialism would be the ‘ road to nowhere , a dead end ’ at a time when economic recovery was around the corner .
16 Meanwhile , just around the corner and at the same time , Christie 's South Kensington offers ‘ Lot 78 , a 78 rpm gramophone re cord of Titanic , ‘ Stand to Your Post ’ , and ‘ Be British ’ , under £100 ’ or ‘ 1912 Titanic postcard , personally autographed by four survivors , £100/120 ’ .
17 ‘ There 's a practice area just around the corner and the starter will call you to the tee five minutes before you are due to tee off , ’ he said .
18 A light came on , banishing the darkness around the corner .
19 The man hurried on , throwing the leaflet in a waste-paper bin as soon as he was around the corner by the newspaper stand .
20 Angora II is just around the corner in a quieter cul-de-sac .
21 This manifesto does not promise good times just around the corner .
22 He waved goodbye , saying thank you and disappeared around the corner .
23 But with 1992 just around the corner a new positive and aggressive attitude towards development of well trained exporters and marketeers is essential if this Province is to compete in the fierce competition which is gaining momentum .
24 This was indeed good advice but considering that the full impact of ‘ 1992 ’ is just around the corner , his advice was rather belated .
25 By this time it was severed just around the corner from Staveley Town South Junction .
26 With the view here towards Kirkby Bentinck , it is interesting to relate that the colour light signal was still glowing red just around the corner .
27 Around the corner is a work of Francesco Messina , a famous contemporary Italian sculptor whose studio is open to visitors .
28 ‘ No photographs ! ’ shouted one gendarme … around the corner rushed an angry mob of demonstrators pursued by a squad of gendarmes …
29 They took over the Gothic Domenican Church of St Salvator and that of St Clement around the corner , and gradually accumulated a huge parcel of land here .
30 Here , patients do not feel remote because of the closeness of the town with shops , pubs , galleries and parking just around the corner .
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