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Numerology information Cranch:
Name Number: 2 Meaning: Partnership, Sense, Other, Passive, Assistance, Acceptance, Intimacy, Peace
Definition funny of Cranch:
Noun- The aroma of dried semen that permeates around the room. adj-Cranchy
Dude, you should have washed your sheets last weekend, the cranch is killing me. Adj- Your towel is smelling extra cranch today Rob.
Songs about Cranch:
Christopher Pearse Cranch - Sonnet Xliii - London by Ghizela Rowe from the Album London, A City in Words
Sonnet Liii, August - Christopher Pearse Cranch by Richard Mitchley from the Album The Sonnet
Sonnet Liii, August By Christopher Pearse Cranch by Richard Mitchley from the Album August - The Poetry Of
Sonnet Xlii To Gwc August 1st 1846 - Christopher Pearse Cranch by Richard Mitchley from the Album The Sonnet
Sonnet Xlii To Gwc August 1st 1846 By Christopher Pearse Cranch by Richard Mitchley from the Album August - The Poetry Of
Books about Cranch:
The Fairy Redemption of Jubal Cranch by Ken Korczak (Mar 5, 2011)
At Home and Abroad: The Transcendental Landscapes of Christopher Pearce Cranch (1813-1892) by Nancy Stula, David M. Robinson and Barbara Novak (Oct 31, 2007)
See Them Dance!: From the Positively Spectacular Adventures of Cranch The Clown by Freder and Doug Thornsjo (Dec 8, 2013)
CRANCH, WILLIAM: An entry from Thomson Gale's West's Encyclopedia of American Law (2005)
CRANCH, WILLIAM (1779-1855): An entry from Macmillan Reference USA's Encyclopedia of the American Constitution... by KERMIT L. HALL (2000)
Three Children's Novels by Christopher Pearse Cranch by Christopher Pearse Cranch, Greta D. Little and Joel Myerson (Jun 1, 2010)
The Aeneid of Virgil; Translated Into English Blank Verse by Christopher Pearse Cranch by Christopher Pearse Cranch (Feb 17, 2010)
Wiki information Cranch:
William Cranch was an American judge and the second reporter of decisions of the Supreme Court of the United States.
William Cranch Bond was an American astronomer, and the first director of Harvard College Observatory.