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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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"The race felt good," said Cranny, who will be a freshman at Stanford in the fall.
He warned all stakeholders and companies to take initiatives for removal of illegal sinages and hoardings on their own or else those vehicles that continued to roam around the nook and cranny of the metropolis would be confiscated and the goods thus advertised would also be banned for sale.
Goldfrapp said very little between tunes, her epic, ethereal voice filling every nook and cranny of the Royal Concert Hall.
I think we need security at Pool Meadow all the time, and covering every nook and cranny of the station.
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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.
Outwater says it can help you take full advantage of every nook and cranny of your closet with the introduction of its Closet & Storage Accessories, a new series of smart hideaway storage and organizational accessory components.
Every nook and cranny of domestic hell is explored and it was all very well received by the audience.
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.
The actor, 40, currently filming in South Africa, got his minders to check every nook and cranny of a restaurant before turning up with his teen bride, Alice Kim, 19.
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.
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.