nooks and crannies

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Noun1.nooks and crannies - something remote; "he explored every nook and cranny of science"
detail, item, point - an isolated fact that is considered separately from the whole; "several of the details are similar"; "a point of information"
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Blue devils, hypochondria, and doleful dumps, went and hid themselves among the nooks and crannies of the rocks.
His was a fluid organism, swiftly adjustable, capable of flowing into and filling all sorts of nooks and crannies.
Made of some miracle polymer or something, it's basically a scraper tool with two sizes of scrapers and angled just right to get into those pesky nooks and crannies.
We hope that his original Nooks and Crannies English Muffin can be enjoyed at breakfast tables for generations to come.
The event includes tours of the hospital's nooks and crannies, featuring spooky stories of the old infirmary ghosts, and an exhibition from 2-6pm.
With several patio areas, fruit tress, a shed and two greenhouses, the garden is a real oasis with lots of nooks and crannies.
But it's a move well made - and one that, on this occasion, sees her travelling into the nooks and crannies of India.
Use it to snoop round corners, into nooks and crannies and down pipes.
uk; PLAYTIME: Dolls, right, made from recycled material, pounds 20, from Nooks and Crannies claireharland@hotmail.
His Beautiful British Tour sees him escape the TV studios and explore 32 nooks and crannies of his favourite country.
The new wide open space, replete with a terrace, cafe, fitness rooms, coffee bar and nooks and crannies where people can escape for some private space has officially been recognized by employees as a place that helps them to work together.