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Related to cranny: bize, worthy, every nook and cranny
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The captain ordered an immediate and thorough search of the entire ship from stem to stern--no nook or cranny was to be overlooked.
It was lined with hardtack; the mattress was stuffed with hardtack; every nook and cranny was filled with hardtack.
We searched every nook and cranny of barns and out-buildings and woods on both the King farms; we inquired far and wide; we roved over Carlisle meadows calling Paddy's name, until Aunt Janet grew exasperated and declared we must stop making such exhibitions of ourselves.
In the uncertain, shadowy light I could see dimly that there were glancing, glimmering eyes peeping down at us from every cranny and corner.
Once in a long time, a man traverses the whole scale, and sees and enjoys the symbol solidly, then also has a clear eye for its beauty, and lastly, whilst he pitches his tent on this sacred volcanic isle of nature, does not offer to build houses and barns thereon,--reverencing the splendor of the God which he sees bursting through each chink and cranny.
It was truly the most open farce, and I wondered that the lawyer should care to keep it up; but, after all, it was quite in the taste of that age, when there were two parties in the state, and quiet persons, with no very high opinions of their own, sought out every cranny to avoid offence to either.
Every nook and cranny of her brain was filled with the thought that this man, with whom she had lived without distaste for seven years, had taken the "poor boy" away from her in order to kill him - the man to whom she had grown accustomed in body and mind; the man whom she had trusted, took the boy away to kill him
It appeared to fill each cranny of the air, as the visible horizon is often charged to fulness by one dazzling flash of the electric fluid.
Birds in hot rooms, covered up close and dark, felt it was morning, and chafed and grew restless in their little cells; bright-eyed mice crept back to their tiny homes and nestled timidly together; the sleek house-cat, forgetful of her prey, sat winking at the rays of sun starting through keyhole and cranny in the door, and longed for her stealthy run and warm sleek bask outside.
HUDDERSFIELD Giants and England star Leroy Cudjoe made a couple's dream come true when he attended the opening of their new shop, Nook & Cranny, in Moldgreen on Saturday, July 11.
KARACHI -- Prime Minister Mohammad Nawaz Sharif Monday said that the government had no option but to win the war against terrorism and scourge would be eliminated from every nook and cranny of the country.
Maghull A and and YMCA A, fought out a thrilling Hyde Cup tie, YMCA forging a 4-3 lead, the pressure then piling on Matt Cranny, needing to win the last two contests to keep his side in the competition.