For an instant she thought of the wide turn of the staircase, and the new ivory-white paint that no coffin corner
could scar, but presently, the shadow passed in a pure wonder and bewilderment that made her reel.
The aircraft was lost at apointnicknamed "coffin corner
" by pilots - where even modern airliners are at their most difficult to control if any problems arise.
Indeed, his only notable achievement was to survive the hosts' first-half attempt to drown him as he gathered an Olver kick through in Coffin Corner
. Or Tomb Tarn as it was on Saturday.
He used to call that area "coffin corner
" and that is probably self-explanatory!
Horrigan, Coffin Corner
, The True Story of Kenneth Horrigan, World War II POW in Stalag 17B
You're miles above the Atlantic, deeply into the so-called "coffin corner
" speed range, where a few knots slower means stalling and a few knots faster means overspeed.
With his low-and-wide legal arguments, Thomas' aim ain't true -- and now the Illinois courts should kick this suit into the coffin corner
Articles covering individual teams of the early era include: Bob Braunwart and Bob Carroll, "Columbus Panhandles," The Coffin Corner
1 (October 1979): 1-7; idem., "The Rock Island Independents," The Coffin Corner
5 (March 1983): 3-6; Bob Carroll, "Akron Pros, 1920," The Coffin corner
4 (December 1982): 7-8.