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Open up every single box and cranny.
He cowered, trying to creep away into some cranny and to hide.
They shook violently carrying the message into every nook and cranny.
Everything was stainless steel, lights blinked in every nook and cranny.
There were cameras in every nook and cranny in that club, not the office.
The workers got into every crook and cranny, making sure that each moon was spotless.
For that fish is God's will made animate, and God knows every man to his innermost cranny.

The pieces all fell into place, and a warm glow suffused her, filling every nook and cranny of her being.
He put his little pet in a box and it slowly scuttled about in its new home, testing every nook and cranny.
There was no crook or cranny, no road or footpath, no hotel or house, no waterfall or furrow, I did not know.
I mean every nook and cranny, in living color, I could see the surroundings, smell the smells, and hear the sounds.
The curves of the vehicle slid under his hands as he worked, learning every nook and cranny of the aerodynamic body.
Silently, they scanned every nook and cranny, and discovered fifteen new vidspots that would cover ninety percent of their rooms.
But once he discovered their distant family ties, Brown would plunder his most secret cranny with all the finesse of a mad rapist.
Every nook and cranny in it was suddenly visible; every nook and cranny, too, in their faces, and the shining dome, like polished pink ivory, of his head.
Time had no meaning and they each took full advantage of the opportunity to explore and investigate every nook and cranny that would become their new home.
They sailed all over Sydney Harbour, exploring every nook and cranny, often sailing onto one of the deserted little beaches that dot the many bays and inlets.
He must have been completely faithful, in every nook and cranny of his slightest thought, to give her a trowel; and she had received it with an enthusiasm which surprised him.
Every space, including the private quarters of the Aristocrats, was spied on by computer-monitored surveillance cameras that peered into every nook and cranny, twenty-four hours a day.
I was reduced to staring at all the unlikely tabloid nonsense, vapid autobiographies and visiting every nook and searching every cranny of the concourse in trying to while away the time.
The natural taste and true ear of David governed and modified the sounds to suit the confined cavern, every crevice and cranny of which was filled with the thrilling notes of their flexible voices.
Just as when inventive power is working with glad ease some small claim on the attention is fully met as if it were only a cranny opened to the sunlight, it was easy now for Dorothea to write her memoranda.
I let him lead me across the sand to the gathering of boulders that formed a cove and we circled back into it, to what passed for private on a public beach—a cranny among the dark rocks in the broad light of day.
Some man or other must present Wall; and let him have some plaster, or some loam, or some rough-cast about him, to signify wall; and let him hold his fingers thus, and through that cranny shall Pyramus and Thisby whisper.
But she kept the utility going and the designer had anticipated such usage and had placed the ignition system above the cylinders, and it came through bounding from rock to rock with water pouring out of every hole and cranny.
The gardens at the manor were extensive and with so many important assignments and projects to see to, neither the television personality nor his faithful gardener had ever found the time to finish remodelling every nook and cranny in the place.
As for the exterior, there were unending sounds of honking, revving, screeching, crashing, yelling, talking, laughing, arguing, crying, singing, and so on that were emitted primarily from the millions of cars, people, televisions, radios, cell phones, and stereos that had spread about in every nook and cranny.
Jesus Christ with His divine understanding of every cranny of our human nature, understood that all men were not called to the religious life, that by far the vast majority were forced to live in the world, and, to a certain extent, for the world: and in this sentence He designed to give them a word of counsel, setting before them as exemplars in the religious life those very worshippers of Mammon who were of all men the least solicitous in matters.

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