Round-the-Corner

Circular sequence of rank, the highest card being deemed adjacent to the lowest, such as Q, K, A, 2, 3 a round-the-corner straight in Poker

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  • round the corner — around the corner, just beyond the corner …   English contemporary dictionary

  • round-the-corner — ˈ ̷ ̷ ̷ ̷ˈ ̷ ̷ ̷ ̷ adjective : of or relating to a card sequence in which the king and deuce both connect with the ace …   Useful english dictionary

  • Round the corner kicking — was invented in the 1940s by Willie Horne, the Barrow, Lancashire, England and Great Britain captain and rugby league player. His distinctive round the corner style of kicking enabled him to kick over 100 goals in the 1945/1946 season and then he …   Wikipedia

  • (just) round the corner — ▪ Close at hand ▪ Soon to be attained, reached, etc ● corner * * * (just) around/round the ˈcorner idiom very near • Her house is just around the corner …   Useful english dictionary

  • just round the corner — (just) round the corner 1. Close at hand 2. Soon to be attained, reached, etc • • • Main Entry: ↑corner …   Useful english dictionary

  • Round Every Corner — Infobox Single Name = Round Every Corner Artist = Petula Clark from Album = Released = July 1965 Format = Recorded = 1965 Genre = Length = Label = Warner Bros.(US)/Vogue (UK) Writer = Tony Hatch Producer = Tony Hatch Chart position = 6 (Canada),… …   Wikipedia

  • The Complete On the Corner Sessions — Album par Miles Davis Sortie 2007 Enregistrement 1972 à 1974 Durée 6:47:13 Genre Jazz fusion Producteur …   Wikipédia en Français

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  • turn the corner — 1. To go round the corner 2. To get past a difficulty or danger 3. To begin to pick up • • • Main Entry: ↑corner * * * turn the/​a corner phrase to begin to be healthy, happy, or successful again after a difficult period Has the economy finally… …   Useful english dictionary

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