hot corner


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hot corner

n. Baseball
Third base.

hot′ cor′ner


n.
third base (def. 2).
[1900–05]
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It is located on a very hot corner on a very busy highway.
It had announced earlier this month that to replace the start button, Microsoft will reportedly turn that space into a hot corner.
We have confirmed with sources close to Microsoft's Windows 8 development that a hot corner has replaced the Start button orb," the site said.
The tweets will be featured on the TBS Hot Corner Twitter feed at twitter.
Archery hunters have more choices, but the quickest and easiest way to score just might be through a hot corner.
Showing promise: Although third baseman Wilson Betemit committed one official error and another unofficial one that somehow got charged to Nomar Garciaparra but led to the tying run scoring in the 11th inning Friday night, Little said he still believes the former utility infielder's future is at the hot corner.
The sellers were Mary Jane McGinnis and the Max McGinnis estate, $288,000; Hot Corner Partnership, led by Glenda and Lynda Lewis, and W.
It brings back both the start button and Windows Start Menu, and offers options to skip Metro Start page, deactivate Metro Hot Corner as well as allowing users to do some customization.
Izturis played a third consecutive errorless game at the hot corner and converted two tough grounders into outs.
By process of elimination, the Dodgers have stuck Jose Valentin, Norihiro Nakamura, Olmedo Saenz, Mike Edwards, Antonio Perez and Oscar Robles at third base this season, once removed from Adrian Beltre cornering the market on the hot corner.
With apologies to Mike Edwards and Oscar Robles, Perez appears to have nailed down the everyday job at the hot corner.
OAKLAND - Robb Quinlan tries to block out of his mind that Dallas McPherson, the Angels' projected starting third baseman, is looming at Triple-A, is working his way into shape and soon could be ready to take over at the hot corner, perhaps by next week.