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northeast corner


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  • McCoy, who knew Seattle, said from the gloom, "According to Trae's maps we should be at about the northeast corner of the Grayson Plaza Building downtown."


  • —On the northeast corner of Madison and Eighty-sixth.


  • His father ran a little grocery store on the northeast corner of Morehead Avenue (you know where that is?) and Jackson Street, which is one street over to the east from Duke

    Oral History Interview with George Watts Hill, January 30, 1986. Interview C-0047. Southern Oral History Program Collection (#4007)

  • He was a recovering heroin addict and now a regular at a methadone outpatient clinic who ran a tidy used-book store from a card table inside the northeast corner of Tompkins Square Park.

    The Beach House

  • The Opana site was located on Kahuku Point at the northeast corner of Oahu.


  • Frank Dapp, our art director, a round little package of energy, came trotting toward his partitioned-off office in the northeast corner of the artists 'bullpen.

    Time and Again

  • He stood at the northeast corner of the garage where Aloysius would have stopped during the chase to shoot toward Officer Lee, who was moving north down the alley toward the back gate.

    Defending the Damned

  • It was probably the Grecian Colchis, in the northeast corner of Asia Minor, near the Caspian Sea.

    Smith's Bible Dictionary

  • The Colonel and Mrs. Roosevelt had their personal apartment in the northeast corner of the hotel, at some distance from the Florentine Room, which served as the official headquarters for the Progressives.

    Theodore Roosevelt An Intimate Biography


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