corner

a place off to the side of an areathe point where two lines meet or intersectan interior angle formed be two meeting wallsthe intersection of two streetsthe point where three areas or surfaces meet or intersecta small concavitya temporary monopoly on a kind of commercial tradea predicament from which a skillful or graceful escape is impossiblea remote area

Corner

• (n.) A secret or secluded place; a remote or out of the way place; a nook. • (v. t.) To drive into a corner. • (n.) The state of things produced by a combination of persons, who buy up the whole or the available part of any stock or species of property, which compels those who need such stock or property to buy of them at their own...
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corner

(design space) A somewhat abstract concept for when relatively little interactive content efficiently fill much of the vast potential of a game's design space. By designing elements that are as different as possible from each other functionally within the design space, the coverage is more efficiently well-rounded. Thus creating ...
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corner

noun an interior angle formed be two meeting walls; `a piano was in one corner of the room`
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corner

street corner noun the intersection of two streets; `standing on the corner watching all the girls go by`
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Corner

[route] A corner route is a pattern run by a receiver in American football, where the receiver runs up the field and then turns at approximately a 45-degree angle, heading away from the quarterback towards the sideline. Usually, the pass is used when the defensive back is playing towards the inside shoulder of the receiver, thus creating a ...
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Corner

Cor'ner noun [ Old French corniere , cornier , Late Latin cornerium , corneria , from Latin cornu horn, end, point. See Horn .] 1. The point where two converging lines meet; an angle, either external or internal. 2. The space in the angle be...
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Corner

Cor'ner transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Cornered (-n?rd); present participle & verbal noun Cornering .] 1. To drive into a corner. 2. To drive into a position of great difficulty or hopeless embarrassment; a...
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Corner

A position where one operator owns all or virtually all the market stocks of a commodity. His object is to control the supply of the metal, and thus cause an exceptional rise in price. The LME has rules to avert the worst effects of a corner. (See also Squeeze).
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Corner

A position where one operator owns all or virtually all the market stocks of a commodity. His object is to control the supply of the metal, and thus cause an exceptional rise in price. The LME has rules to avert the worst effects of a corner. (See also Squeeze).
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Corner

An area of the rink near one of the four rounded sections where the sideboards and endboards meet.
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corner

Corner is one of the diagonally opposite angles of the ring, where a boxer sits between rounds and is attended by a second; it is also used as another term for the second himself
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corner

corner, securing of all or nearly all the supply of any commodity or stock so that its buyers are forced to pay exorbitant prices. Corners may be planned deliberately or may be brought about unintentionally, as through a fight for controlling interest in a corporation's stock. In the first type the ...
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corner

esquina
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Corner

In Vutrax, any position where a track changes direction or width - a Vutrax ANGLE point
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Corner

One of the two assigned corners of the ring where boxers rest between rounds.
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Corner

One of the two assigned corners of the ring where boxers rest between rounds.
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Corner

Refers to a market condition whereby an individual or group of individuals have gained control of a commodity or market.
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Corner

Refers to a market condition whereby an individual or group of individuals have gained control of a commodity or market.
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Corner

Short for the "prompt corner"; the place from which the Stage Manager controls the show. From here he has communication links to all parts of the the theatre and gives cues (qv) to all departments. The corner can be on either side of the stage but traditionally it is on the left (i.e. the prompt) side. Perversely some theatres have the prompt corne...
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Corner

The ability of a bicycle rider to smoothly carry speed through turns.
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Corner

Type: Term Pronunciation: kōr′nĕr Definitions: 1. George W., U.S. anatomist and historian, 1889-1981. See: Corner-Allen test, Corner-Allen unit
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Corner

When one operator owns or controls an excessive amount of stocks enabling them to control the supply of material and in consequence to control the price.
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corner

[n] - a temporary monopoly on a kind of commercial trade 2. [n] - a predicament from which a skillful or graceful escape is impossible 3. [n] - a projecting part that is corner-shaped 4. [n] - the point where three areas or surfaces meet or intersect 5. [n] - a remote area 6. [n] - a place off to the side of an area 7. [n...
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