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  • n. Plural form of crevice.

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Examples

  • Through the magic of the freelance writer's ability to find money in crevices, it looks like I will be able to pull off this moving thing without selling blood.

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  • But working in the crevices is often what life demands of us.

    further displacement activity

  • Eggs are then laid in crevices in the soil or under rocks.

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  • You will be dismayed to find Arrowroot Powder in crevices you never expected.

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  • It fills in crevices and makes my skin appear instantly smoother.

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  • Groupers are diurnal predators, whereas the morays are nocturnal hunters and usually rest in crevices during the day.

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  • Coming soon on this blog site … Why rabbits are just wrong; Birds in crevices; Transatlantic manatees; and Eagle owls take over Britain.

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  • The little patches of soil in crevices and between stones were without ferns, without star-flowers, without all the green and red and light and soft and soothing things which usually clothe the forest ground.

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  • Unlike our other stepstool it doesn't have any crevices, which is necessary for something that is in the bathroom (especially one that a 9 year old boy uses!).

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  • It’s a huge cliff and in the crevices will be my face.

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