Definition of Corinth
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Goodwyn — charged with felony obstruction of an official proceeding and related misdemeanors — was first arrested in January at his parent’s home in Corinth, Tex.
Within a week, schools in Corinth, Mississippi, have sent 116 students home to quarantine, 260 employees in the Gwinnett County, Georgia, school district tested positive, and a high school in Elwood, Indiana, shut back down.
At the end of the day, Pegasus always returned to a stable in Corinth.
The most recent rape was on October 14 in Corinth, a few miles away.
Grant's army is very quiet—hasn't done much since Corinth fell and Memphis was taken.
That night Price with his army marched straight for Iuka, some fifteen or twenty miles east of Corinth.
All this day the Confederate army was struggling through the woods and mud, on its march from Corinth to attack us.
The delay had been so great that Beauregard now advised a countermarch back to Corinth.
Alexander passing through Corinth on one occasion, had the curiosity to see Diogenes, who happened to be there at that time.