from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- A location in the southwest United States where the boundaries of four states—Colorado, New Mexico, Arizona, and Utah—meet. It is the only point in the United States where such a junction occurs.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An old form of the game of bowls in which but four pins are used. See the extract.
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Bumping up against the ending of his piece on the plans for the anniversary of the Four Corners Gas Station—“On the Hill But on the Level” for half a century—was a photograph of Craig Weldon and Mrs. Conway and Betty carrying trays of baked goods that Babci and my mother had to have made for a bake sale at the parish center, where the school kids were raising money for a computer system.
Categories and cross references fell into place: LeFleur, Nims, Gonzales, Pepperdine, Short, Black Elk and Hayhurst were from the Four Corners area.
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