crants

crants

(krænts)
n
obsolete a garland or wreath carried in front of a maiden's bier
References in classic literature ?
Well, here I am tonight, hoping for sleep, and lying like Ophelia in the play, with`virgin crants and maiden strewments.' I never liked garlic before, but tonight it is delightful!
His partner, a fellow businessman named Doctor Robert Crants, had experience in real estate.
Doctor Robert Crants (first name Doctor) was born and raised for the first five years of his life on a Seneca Nation reservation in New York state.
of America founder Doc Crants to construct a $324 Million prison on 125 acres.
The target, whose flagship product is the Difference Card employer-funded employee healthcare reimbursement debit card, is seen to be able to tap favourable ongoing trends, leveraging Pharos' expertise, noted Pharos managing partner Bob Crants.
The effects of time to first shoot removal on leaf vegetable quality in cassava (Manihot esculaenta Crants).
The priest in Hamlet refers to the tradition when he speaks of Ophelia's burial, spared the ignominy of a suicide's unconsecrated grave: Yet here she is allowed her virgin crants, Her maiden strewments, and the bringing home Of bell and burial.
An Analysis of Biomass and Nutrient Storage and Distribution in Mature Cassava (Manihot esculenta crants) Agroecosystem, Unpublished M.
Farelo de mandioca (Manihot esculenta) crants em substituição ao milho (Zea mays L.) em rações para alevinos de carpa-capim (Ctenopharyngodon idella).
At Ophelia's burial, Shakespeare has a priest say: 'here she is allow'd her virgin crants' (v.
Crants. The politically connected Crants had once headed the country's largest privatized prison firm, Corrections Corporation of America (CCA), which he established in 1983 with a former chair of the Tennessee Republican Party and modeled on the Frist family's Hospital Corporation of America, creating an industry based on incarceration-for-profit.