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Synonyms for cranch

press or grind with a crushing noise

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Cranch distinguished between treason and "constructive treason"--actions that can be construed or interpreted as treason.
Ms Cranch joins the criminal department and has seven years' experience dealing with a variety of criminal offences.
Besides, Cranch tells me, it's not as if there's anything particularly menacing about hydrogen sulfide.
64, 118 (2 Cranch 1804); see supra note 32 and accompanying text (discussing relevant international law and Supreme Court's view of interplay between domestic and international law).
There are some indications that it very well may have been connected, but there's just indications," Cranch said.
Madison, 1 Cranch 137 (1803), we have recognized that when an Act of Congress is alleged to conflict with the Constitution, "[i]t is emphatically the province and duty of the judicial department to say what the law is.
6) According to a letter from Sophia's brother Nathaniel Cranch Peabody to her brother George Francis Peabody, dated 27 April 1836, "Our dear Lydia is dead.
Matt Cranch, aged 24, was a daredevil with a middleclass-upbringing.
The 23-year-old, named locally as Matt Cranch, died after a safety net failed during the Scott May's Daredevil Stunt Show at the Kent County Showground in Detling on Monday afternoon.
The tragic daredevil was named yesterday as Matt Cranch, 24.
A police investigation is continuing after a 23-yearold man, named locally as Matt Cranch, plunged to his death when a safety net failed to break his fall when he was propelled 40ft into the air by a cannon.
Madison de la Corte Suprema de los Estados Unidos de America (1, Cranch, 137,1803).
1850 El estadounidense William Cranch Bond toma la primera fotografia astronomica: la Luna.
However, the second reporter to the Supreme Court, William Cranch, suggested that by 1801 the justices had adopted the practice of writing out their opinions in cases of difficulty or importance.
Abigail Adams's sisters were Mary Cranch and Elizabeth Shaw, not Elizabeth Cranch and Mary Shaw.