That, or the sky over Cornish, New Hampshire, is darkening under a large plume of ash.
[HOST AUDIE] Cornish: But I understand there's more to Gilchrist's story.
I was in over my head and a guest actually pulled me aside to say "Do you know that there is still a Cornish Hen in the bathtub?"
Even after Salinger had decamped to Cornish, he loved to lunch with William Shawn and Lillian Ross at the Algonquin in New York.
Two years later, in 1953, he evacuated to Cornish and became a celebrity recluse.
The great exception Curnow in Cornwall may stand for those who could only speak the old Cornish language.
That Cornish ore you see there, for example, contains only 4½ per cent.
The thought occurred to us that we might reach the Cornish coast by walking over the bridge to the other side.
In a Cornish tale a woman is entrusted in her own house with the care of an elf-child.
The magician pointed his wand at Mr. Cornish, in the front of the clustered audience; but the gentleman laughingly declined.