Crandall


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Cran´dall

    (krăn´dal)
n.1.(Stonecutting) A kind of hammer having a head formed of a group of pointed steel bars, used for dressing ashlar, etc.
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When Shorty Crandall the clerk came out at the door with him he was pleased.
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"This is a significant victory for the rule of law, the [California] Constitution, the city's charter authority and other charter cities," responded Huntington Beach City Attorney Michael Gates on September 28 to a ruling by Orange County Superior Court Judge James Crandall that California's law ordering cities not to cooperate with federal immigration officials is a violation of the California Constitution.
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From the 1940s to the 1970s, Reed Crandall brought a unique and masterful style to American comic art.
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A sprinkling of ages is represented in the weekly afternoon dances, which on Sunday included couple Benjamin Crandall and Christine Ratchinsky, and Ratchinsky's niece, 4-year-old Abigail.