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just around the corner


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  • Dan Reilly, of the National Weather Service, had set up his table of exhibits just around the corner from the hurricane window display.

    The Daily News - News

  • While the Habitas gunsmithy had thrived that had not been so awkward, for the young pair lived in a two-roomed rented apartment on Temple Street across the Avon, just around the corner from the Habitas workshop and the Jewish synagogue.

    Morgan’s Run

  • Room eight-seven, Clay street, the Bowhead Lodging House, you know the place, entrance just around the corner from the Bowhead Saloon.


  • “In the afternoon I had a fitting, just around the corner from here … Then I had a drink at Jean’s, in Rue Marboeuf … I must have come home around nine o’clock.”

    Maigret and the Pickpocket


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