cranny


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Related to cranny: bize, worthy, every nook and cranny
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a long narrow depression in a surface

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

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Cranny was running in the same heat as Ethiopian Dawit Seyaum, who has the world-leading time of 3:59.
Because of the use of esoteric terminology and references in many parts of the book, the volume as a whole cannot serve as a general introduction to Freemasonry for readers coming from tabula rasa, unless read with great care to first mine those chapters starting with a more preliminary premise, such as that of Lynn Dumenil; even some initiated Masonic insiders, if not extremely thoroughly versed in every conceivable cranny of the exhaustive minutiae of the brotherhood's broad history, may find much of the material inaccessible.
His globetrotting has brought the symbolism of the papacy to almost every nook and cranny on earth.
The plan was the brainchild of Peter Cranny, Head of the Geographical Information Systems at the DTO.
Designer Fiona Gray has made it her business to explore every nook and cranny of the banks of the Tyne from the river mouth to Newburn.
The implosion of the South Tower generated tornado-force winds which distributed fine dust from the destruction of the World Trade Center into every nook and cranny of 130 Liberty Street through the 15-story gash and approximately 1,700 broken windows," the complaint said.
Speaking at a meeting of Craigavon Council before Christmas, Mr Smith objected to plans for a mosque at Cranny Road, Bleary, saying: "The Muslims have a right to worship but this is not the place.
In Being America: Liberty, Commerce, and Violence in an American World, he sets out to trace our influence into every nook and cranny of the globe.
The world's sport is played in every nook and cranny, and soccer coaches speak the same language.
LMSB must transform itself from an agency that looks at every nook and cranny during an examination to one where auditors perform risk analyses.
This is a good deal, says SeaKeeper Chair Albert Gersten, since millionaire mariners "travel to virtually every nook and cranny in the world, way beyond the reach of existing ships.
Bold, extrovert styles will turn a dull alcove into a talking point and bring a dark and dismal cranny to life.
It's having bus trips repeatedly interrupted by checkpoint officials, who require all passengers to get off the bus, then board themselves to minutely inspect every nook and cranny.
The document continues: "What counts is more results, better responses to practical issues and not a European superstate or European institutions inveigling their way into every nook and cranny of life.
IN AN AGE WHEN SPY SATELLITES CAN read the number off your car's license plate, one would think that scientists had long ago mapped every nook and cranny of the Earth's surface.