crannied


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having small chinks or crannies (especially in or between rocks or stones)

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At the same time, though, these lines may also be arguing that the intrinsic nature of God is only that of Person in opposition, say, to Alfred Lord Tennyson's stance in "Flower in the Crannied Wall," lines frequently cited as the age's most pointed statement of pantheism:
The Crannied Wall: Women, Religion, and the Arts in Early Modern Europe, Studies in Medieval and Early Modern Civilization (Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1992); Craig A.
20) One random example of this phenomenon occurs as Henry contemplates a walk through the gray, icy environs of Dijon: "a promenade through the Danzig Corridor, all deckle-edged, crannied, nerve-ridden.
A tall, white back panel spanned the full width of the stage, with a faintly discernable crannied outline of a double doorway at center.
Here Darwin is the compatriot of Victorian poets such as Alfred, Lord Tennyson, who wrote the poem "Flower in the Crannied Wall" (1869):
Ann Matter, "The Personal and the Paradigm: the Book of Maria Domitilla Galluzzi," in The Crannied Wall, ed.
The object in question may be as small as Tennyson's flower in the crannied wall, or as large as "life" in Woolf's The Waves.