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.
"Sir," said d'Avrigny to Villefort, so loud that all might hear, "poor Barrois has led too sedentary a life of late; accustomed formerly to ride on horseback, or in the carriage, to the four corners
of Europe, the monotonous walk around that arm-chair has killed him -- his blood has thickened.
So the most renowned knights came from the four corners
of the earth and retired down the dragon's throat one after the other.
Thus, on his hands and knees, he made his way to the four corners
of the room, so to speak, sniffing and going round everything --everything that we could see, which was not much, and everything that we could not see, which must have been infinite.
The four corners
were garnished with plates of cake.
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.
I've been down to the four corners
and watched them chatting up the girls.
Headquartered in Farmington, New Mexico, Four Corners Community Bank serves the Four Corners
region with seven locations.
The area known as the Four Corners
epitomizes this, yet it is frequently bypassed by tourists.