nooks and crannies

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something remote

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Key executives from organizers Centaur were seen scurrying around the nooks and crannies of Olympia signing up this year's exhibitors for 2007 and meeting with success.
Plenty of pool coping, a cradle, corners, trannies built up to rocks on the outer edge, and plenty of nooks and crannies to suit your needs.
I had the pleasure of tracking down sections of the original prototype too corroded to be restored but nevertheless displayed in the dark nooks and crannies of Rudolph's tower--and felt a certain frisson on fingering the bullet holes in one panel.
The form generates a wide variety of spaces, of shapes and sizes, gaps, dead-ends, nooks and crannies, creating a series of in-between places where people may be naturally inclined to find refuge.
As the logs begin to decay, they will look more natural and encourage friendly bugs to make their home in your garden I the damp nooks and crannies are especially popular with frogs and toads.
Sand thrown up by tracks or wheels will end up in the pintle's nooks and crannies.
Nooks and crannies have been spruced up, equipment cleaned and polished and displays created to give a whole new look to the shed.
Acknowledging that current school construction budgets verge on the point of out-of-control, Nair urges that learning should be the yardstick of a school building's success, and that by giving learning streets, student commons areas and other such informal nooks and crannies their rightful place as important learning elements of a school building, one can actually improve the net-to-gross ratio and even reduce the overall size of the school building because students can now use areas for learning that were previously set aside only for utilitarian purposes.
This time, the nasty nooks and crannies won't be under the bedand behind the fridge, but under the oxter and behind the ears.
The new precious-metal films might also find use as catalysts since their nooks and crannies could promote chemical reactions, Porter suggests.
The NSCAA is here for you, and "Expanding Horizons" means that you can expect to find a NSCAA presence in even more nooks and crannies.
So the next time you are skiing in Chamonix or frolicking among the nooks and crannies of the sunny Alps, make sure to indulge in a drop (or two) of this unique beverage.
LITTLE-known nooks and crannies of the Warwickshire countryside will be revealed to a wildlife group meeting in Nuneaton.
Coming in the form of nuggets, pellets or pencil tip-sized particles, dry ice gets dee into the nooks and crannies of a surface where it instantly reverts into a gas, expanding 400 times its size to remove grit from the inside out.
They're for our House Guests section, where young visitors will be able to search with torches in dark nooks and crannies for uninvited 'house guests'.