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around the corner

close Lighter and smaller laptops are just around the corner. Spring is here and baseball season is just around the corner.
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around the corner

going to happen very soon With the end of the century just around the corner, major celebrations were being planned.
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around the corner

1. On the other side of a street corner, as in The doctor's office is around the corner from our house. [First half of 1800s]
2. Nearby, a short distance away, as in The nearest grocery store is just around the corner. [Early 1800s]
3. Very soon, imminent, as in You never know what stroke of luck lies just around the corner. [First half of 1900s]
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around the corner

About to happen; imminent.
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And showbiz friend former Hear'Say singer Noel Sullivan lives just around the corner.
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As the would-be robber walked around the corner of the counter, however, the clerk pulled a gun of his own, a .
95): with summer just around the corner, the rivalry between the Malloy sisters and the Hatford brothers comes alive with a fund-raising contest.
Christmas was good, New Year's Eve was right around the corner, and it's always nice to see your friends and family.
Moreover, this identifier was around the corner from the entry, so that the visitor first encountered a wall of shelves piled with chewing gum, ticket stubs, photos, maps, bobby pins, and other everyday flotsam.
The public simply doesn't understand that gene therapy is not around the corner," says Stuart H.
With Campaign 2008 around the corner, "Viewfinder" will be a valuable tool to enable the C-SPAN audience to participate in and respond to campaign activities, and will also become a direct link to viewer-submitted video from candidate events around the nation.
Sue is excited at the prospect of being able to walk to work from her own home just around the corner from Miller Central.
But the faux spiritualism of ``Six Degrees'' endeavors to delude viewers that the answer to all their questions may be just around the corner, rather than encouraging them to search further in earnest.
In addition to the tremendous foot traffic that JEMB Realty's 150 Broadway boasts, this location is very meaningful to Modell's in that the Company's roots were planted in Downtown New York City over a century ago just around the corner on Cortlandt Street," stated Douglas Epstein, vice president of Real Estate and General Counsel of Modell's.
Huge body jars, crunchy 50-50s over the death box, around the corner, and into the roll in or to fakie, madonnas, big airs, and just tons of speed.
The Leading Edge Alliance enables member firms to access the resources of a multibillion dollar global professional services organization, providing business development, professional training and education, and peer-to-peer networking opportunities nationally and globally, around the corner and around the world.
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