Central defender Ross Wilkinson converted two English corners to double the lead and then Jack Pounder headed home fellow substitute Connor Winter's 87th-minute cross as Durham went nap.
What does EC stand for?
EC stands for English Corner (various locations)
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We have 125 other meanings of EC in our Acronym Attic
- Enemy/Electromagnetic Capability
- Energy Controller
- Energy Curable
- Enfermedad Celíaca (Spanish: Celiac Disease)
- Enforcement Client (Network Access Protection; Microsoft)
- Engagement Controller
- Engine Control
- Engineer Circular (USACE)
- Engineering Change
- Engineering Council
Samples in periodicals archive:
Into this quintessentially English corner of London wandered a young Glaswegian yesterday.
John's first project was English Corner, an English language magazine created with Cable & Wireless - distributed free each month to thousands of disadvantaged people in China desperate to improve their English.
In addition I also have to plan lessons, mark homework, set regular tests, moderate exams and attend a weekly voluntary English corner.
In the English corner, Wasps captain Lawrence Dallaglio and Sale supremo Philippe Saint-Andre have defended the honour of the Guinness product as the genuine hard stuff.
The Doonhamers were out of luck when McLaughlin saw his shot deflect off Cowie and drop over before Armstrong got too much on a Tom English corner.
He said: "When you go into a dressing room, maybe you find an English corner, a French corner and at some clubs a black corner.
FRIENDS star David Schwimmer was recognised as he sneaked into an English corner shop.