Thesaurus / crane
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If a couple prefers donations to a charity, then guests can give to charity, give nothing or give checks made out to the couple — which they can then donate, spend on themselves or fold into cranes.
They were essentially glorified cartoon inner tubes that were held aloft by cranes.
They’re launched by a custom-built crane that’s pointed downwind.
Raud had another exceptionally large ship, the longest in Norway, and till the "Crane" was built the swiftest also.
FAMOUS SEA FIGHTSJOHN RICHARD HALE
At that time Crane was but twenty-four, and almost an unknown man.
A crane came and built in the topmost branches of the tree, and for many years they watched the birds rear their young.
OLD-WORLD JAPANFRANK RINDER
"A practical thought, as well as a kind one," Crane responded.
SKYLARK THREEEDWARD ELMER SMITH
And this dance, as Dicaearchus writes, is called among the Delians, the Crane.
He dropped to the seat occupied by the chauffeur of the crane.
THE CUP OF FURYRUPERT HUGHES
Almost immediately Mrs. Porter transmitted to the girl what had come to her of Crane's declaration.
THOROUGHBREDSW. A. FRASER

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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.