blind corner


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Noun1.blind corner - a street corner that you cannot see around as you are driving
street corner, turning point, corner - the intersection of two streets; "standing on the corner watching all the girls go by"
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blind corner

n (Brit) → svolta cieca
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Advisor to Prime Minister on National History and Literary Heritage (NH and LH), Irfan Siddiqui will inaugurate the blind corner while officials of the library and NH and LH Division will be also present on the occasion.
The system calculates the distance from the blind corner to the vehicle and the required braking amount to reduce the current vehicle speed to a level at which it can stop in the area of blind corner with a full braking amount, when a break is applied.
In Jackroyd Lane he drove on the wrong side of the road and the pursuing officers said it was only luck nothing was coming when he did the same at a blind corner.
A fourth car then comes hurtling round a blind corner.
Mata fired home impressively before turning a Daley Blind corner into the path of Rashford and worldrecord signing Paul Pogba headed home his first goal for the club as United scored three in five minutes.
A 23rd-minute Blind corner picked out Chris Smalling for a free header at the far post with big men Wes Morgan and Robert Huth nowhere to be seen.
To get to the ground from here you have to walk over the bridge and down to the roundabout at the bottom, where you have to walk onto the road to go round a very busy blind corner because of all the overgrown trees and bushes.
A DRIVER with a "death wish" almost caused carnage while trying to overtake on a blind corner.
This experience allows consumers to understand the safety and convenience benefits of this revolutionary technology - like driving around a blind corner or communicating with a personal mobile device to prevent pedestrian accidents.
Maclean, of Southampton, was stopped after driving on the wrong side of the road around a blind corner in Winchester.
They can tell you if an oncoming vehicle is about to run a red light, or if a car is coming around a blind corner, or if a detour would help you save time and gas.
Using a wealth of historical examples combined with groundbreaking original analysis, author and ecological history scholar John Michael Greer demonstrates and documents just how the United States has backed itself into a blind corner in the pursuit of political and economic power; explores the inevitable consequences of imperial collapse; and then proposes a renewal of democratic institutions as the only constructive way forward.