My box, by the weight of my body, the goods that were in, and the broad plates of iron fixed for strength at the four corners
of the top and bottom, floated about five feet deep in water.
A handkerchief, tied at the four corners
, is to be the signal."
That crowd which the four sergeants posted at nine o'clock in the morning at the four corners
of the pillory had inspired with the hope of some sort of an execution, no doubt, not a hanging, but a whipping, a cropping of ears, something, in short,--that crowd had increased so rapidly that the four policemen, too closely besieged, had had occasion to "press" it, as the expression then ran, more than once, by sound blows of their whips, and the haunches of their horses.
It seemed strange--stranger than I can tell--to think that the central figure in the cluster of men and women, chatting here under the trees like the most ordinary individual in the land, was a man who could open his lips and ships would fly through the waves, locomotives would speed over the plains, couriers would hurry from village to village, a hundred telegraphs would flash the word to the four corners
of an Empire that stretches its vast proportions over a seventh part of the habitable globe, and a countless multitude of men would spring to do his bidding.
Casaubon and the banishment from Lowick, he was rather happy; getting a great deal of fresh knowledge in a vivid way and for practical purposes, and making the "Pioneer" celebrated as far as Brassing (never mind the smallness of the area; the writing was not worse than much that reaches the four corners
of the earth).
The building, when entire, had never been above sixteen feet long by twelve feet in breadth, and the roof, low in proportion, rested upon four concentric arches which sprung from the four corners
of the building, each supported upon a short and heavy pillar.
And then the visitors were taken to the other parts of the building, to see what became of each particle of the waste material that had vanished through the floor; and to the pickling rooms, and the salting rooms, the canning rooms, and the packing rooms, where choice meat was prepared for shipping in refrigerator cars, destined to be eaten in all the four corners
Connolly, who for the past two years has covered the aged care beat relentlessly across ABC News digital, television and radio, working with the broadcast teams at Four Corners
, 7.30, ABC News and Background Briefing, led a small team as they spent three months sifting through highly sensitive material.
Property Trust (NYSE:FCPT) declared on Thursday that it has acquired a McDonald's restaurant for USD3.4m, from Washington Prime Group Inc.
California, US-based real estate investment trust Four Corners
Property Trust (NYSE: FCPT), engaged in the ownership of net-leased restaurant properties, has acquired a restaurant Panera Bread property located in Illinois for USD 2.3m, the company said.
(NTEC) released a report by Washington, D.C., firm Energy Ventures Analysis (EVA) entitled, "Owning Four Corners
is a Good Deal for NTEC and the Navajo Nation." The report refutes a December 2018 IEEFA study that claimed NTEC's 7% ownership in the Four Corners
Power Plant was a bad investment that could cost NTEC $170 million from 2020 to 2027.
Constellation Brands has acquired a Texas beer company, further cementing its position as a leader in the high-end beer market in the United States.<br />The company announced this week its purchase of Four Corners
Brewing LLC of Dallas, a craft brewer that was founded in 2012 by three friends and grew into a 25,000-barrels-a-year regional producer by 2017.<br />The company's management team, comprising founders George Esquivel, Greg Leftwich and Steve Porcari, will remain in place under Constellation ownership.<br />"Four Corners
brings a culture that mixes adventure and innovation with elements of heritage and tradition," said Bill Newlands, Constellation Brands' president and chief operating officer.