One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
nounthe Corner country
The area in which the borders of New South Wales, Queensland, and South Australia meet.‘the book gives the history of the Aboriginal peoples of the Corner country’
- ‘The border for this rural lands board extends up to the corner country of the South Australian and Queensland border.’
- ‘What a brilliant trip, and through some amazing country that has been a perennial favourite for us, (the corner country).’
- ‘His visit to the Corner Country was a long way from the heedy days as a foreign correspondent in war torn nations.’
- ‘We love the Corner Country and this town and have enjoyed many beers over the years in the fantastic family hotel.’
- ‘Parts of the "corner country" may have temperatures hit 49 degrees this weekend.’
- ‘It's been Queensland's turn today for the most scorching temperatures, although other towns located near the Corner Country had similarly blistering heat.’
- ‘This woman works for 32 cents an hour to promote the Corner Country.’
- ‘Last night's regional winner of the Business Women's Awards has certainly seen great changes in the corner country.’
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