corner head

corner head

[′kȯr·nər ‚hed]
(building construction)
A metal molding that is built into plaster in corners to prevent plaster from accidentally breaking off.
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Campion then turned defence into attack with another quick break, good defending from George Whittaker saw the resulting corner head just inches over the Emley cross bar.
Another dealer, Salwa Radwan, Chocolate Corner head, said a large number of chocolate shops and investors are competing for market share.
Continue along the field boundary and at its corner head left towards a gated footbridge in the corner.
And when the Connacht pack destroyed Scarlets on Saturday all four tries came from penalties to the corner head coach Lam wasn't slow in pointing where the credit should go.
A Ryan Stott corner headed home on the goal line by Mark Souter three minutes later doubled the score.
The Us had a goal disallowed when Jon McLaughlin was blocked off at a corner headed in by Rob Dickie on the half-hour.
Within 10 minutes of the start of the second half, United were level, James Reid's inswinging corner headed in by the towering Galinski.
Iceland refused to surrender and Sverrir Ingason forced Lovre Kalinic to tip over a header and from the resulting corner headed against the bar.
The next five minutes saw North pressurise the Derby defence, a shot from Nelson pushed wide by the Derby goalkeeper and the resulting corner headed over the bar by Soulsby.
With a strong first-half wind in their favour, Aber's Cledan Davies saw his corner headed off the line by Danny Taylor before John Owen tapped wide.
Then the Boro fans were left aghast when leftwinger Jimmy Corner headed in from a Duns corner.