cranny


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Related to cranny: bize, worthy, every nook and cranny
  • noun

Synonyms for cranny

Synonyms for cranny

a long narrow depression in a surface

a small opening or crevice (especially in a rock face or wall)

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Jane Ellis and her husband Phil celebrate the opening of Nook & Cranny, Moldgreen with Giants star |Leroy Cudjoe
Nawaz Sharif reiterated that terrorism would be eliminated from every nook and cranny of the country besides tribal areas.
After disposing of Eddie Preston, Cranny, from 2-1 down, beat Bert Rivers 8 and 12, Maghull taking it 5-4.
The theatre's development officer, Rachel Cranny, visited the centre that has supplied tables, chairs, and tree seats for the forthcoming Mad Hatters Tea Party production.
In the 1,500 semifinals, American's Alexa Efraimson and Elise Cranny both advanced to Sunday's final.
Earlier, the Minister while deploring the attitude of officers of local government department said that the officers had failed to maintain the aesthetic beauty of the city and allowed display of sinages and billboards in nook and cranny indiscriminately and without any proper planning due to which hazards had escalated and people's lives were being endangered.
Sure, you want to give your Stryker a good washing, but that doesn't mean you need to spray every nook and cranny.
She said: "I got measured in this pod so the doll is exactly to scale - every nook and cranny.
The unwavering strength of his vocals, hauntingly embroidered with both guitar and a mournful solo cello, filled every knook and cranny of the hall beautifully.
Throughout the two main reading floors there is a wide variety of environments ranging from more orthodox spaces, such as the rectangular galleried reading room, to the more expressive spaces such as the cavernous study bays to the south; with each nook and cranny adding to the diversity of places.
Dublin Circuit Criminal Court heard Judge Joseph Matthews describe how David Cranny, 21, "took out his frustrations in a ruthless, tragic and brutal way".
Eight-ounce flat brushes are used to apply a solution in every nook and cranny, then clothed of f after.
The clinical director of the Northern Ontario Remote Telecommunications Health (NORTH) Network is always looking for ways to better deliver tele-health services into every nook and cranny of Northern Ontario.
An atmosphere of mourning and loss, coupled with prurient curiosity, spikes the historical spectacle that unfolds as we examine every nook and cranny of the hospital, dorms, grounds, and outbuildings that collectively reiterate principles of nineteenth-century social utopianism and, at same time, give testimony to the souring of social ideals into dystopic nightmares.
However, one strain of mold--stachybotrys--is an increasingly worrisome poisonous agent that can infiltrate every nook and cranny of a house or an apartment.