Example sentences of "[noun] around the corner " in BNC.

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1 Some quick research around the corner at the New York Genealogical Society .
2 But what about Redbridge RFC around the corner from me in East London .
3 Or are we just creatures of our time , trapped by our failure to see the solutions around the corner of our life-span ?
4 ‘ A bloke told us to watch it because there was a police car around the corner taking names and addresses .
5 When Nicolae Ceauşescu first arrived in the city , Bucharest contained a dazzling array of buildings of all styles : examples of its older Balkan heritage could be found side by side with grandiose business palaces in the style of Central Europe 's Griinderjahre of the 1870s , with Art Deco and Cubist designs around the corner .
6 The BEC now occupies its own offices around the corner in Hope Street .
7 Mud houses , they say , are better than the devastation at home … now with winter around the corner they 're digging deeper for warmth …
8 I forgot eggs , ’ he called , and scampered off down the stairs to get some from an early dairy around the corner .
9 Investors are so willing to believe in recovery around the corner that they will clutch at false hopes almost indefinitely .
10 And after their lengthy and intimate chat , he confided in a naval colleague that ‘ at the earliest opportunity ’ he would visit Janet 's shop in Beauchamp Place around the corner from Harrods .
11 Harvey was lounging full length across the sheepskin seats that followed the wall around the corner .
12 The ‘ interview room ’ door opened again and Sergeant Lawrence poked his head around the corner .
13 Eventually I made a new friend around the corner .
14 To help cover the import bills Miles would take half the orders around the corner into Soho where at a higher price the proprietor of a dirty book shop would retail them to less artistically minded purchasers .
15 There is unfortunately no miracle cure for leg ulcers around the corner ; community staff must be prepared to handle them in the most efficient and effective manner possible .
16 The mother was just out of sight around the corner in the kitchen making Mr Wormwood 's breakfast which always had to be two fried eggs on fried bread with three pork sausages and three strips of bacon and some fried tomatoes .
17 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 .
18 and , with the Five Nations Championship around the corner , the issue must be addressed before recrimination and bitterness degenerate into open hostility .
19 I could catch a live sex show around the corner , in bleeding Seventh Avenue .
20 Mechanical propulsion presently ranges from steam , through the various petrols and oils to gas and electric , with nuclear or magnetic etc. vehicles around the corner .
21 The house has three show façades , each one isolated from its fellow around the corner , each one with different window surrounds .
22 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 .
23 ‘ There 's a shower just off the bedroom through there , or there 's a bathroom around the corner . ’
24 He 's sitting at the gate , watching the school around the corner decant its little boys .
25 Pupils from Steelestown PS , Bun Scoil Baile na Stil will be featured in the UTV programme ‘ School Around the Corner ’ on Tuesday next at 7.30pm .
26 A light came on , banishing the darkness around the corner .
27 As Kim tugged T'ai Cho around the corner he could see them coming down the corridor , not forty ch'i away .
28 There was a stone in the windswept graveyard that bore her name , there were good times around the corner .
29 Well that that is now accommodation for away supporters down at there is no cover over it as yet , there were plans to make a covered stand of it but er they have n't it has been covered over and that 's where the away supporters still stand to this day and a little bit around the corner at the bottom end , at the railway end as they call it now , not the laundry end .
30 Now Mr Wakeham said yesterday that high petrol prices are here to stay , considering what you 've just said , does that mean we can see a three pound gallon around the corner ?
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