Numerology information Crace:

numerologyName Number: 3 Meaning: Communication, Interaction, Friendship, Joy, Lightness, Humor, Art, Positivity, Optimism


Definition funny of Crace:

urbanTotally spazzing, immature behavior; someone who is a total piece of shit.

urban"Dude, I'm so crace right now"; "I'm totally cracing"; That guy is such a crace!"


Songs about Crace:

songsAmazing Crace by Dave Ashby from the Album Wonderwall (Classic Love Songs)

songsAmazing Crace by Raymi Bambú from the Album Memorias

songsAmazing Crace by The Attraction from the Album International Chartbreakers Vol. IV

songsCalm My Heart (feat. Mary Crace & Charity Herrmann) by Off the Ground Collective from the Album Night Song

songsCrace Mountain by The Babysitter from the Album Eye

songsNight Song (feat. Mary Crace) by Off the Ground Collective from the Album Night Song


Books about Crace:

booksGenesis: A Novel (Crace, Jim) by Jim Crace (Nov 15, 2003)

booksThe Craces: Royal Decorators, 1768-1899 by Megan Aldrich and Duke of Devonshire (Oct 11, 1990)

booksCrace savors golf industry's myriad challenges.(Focus): An article from: Mississippi Business Journal by Lynne Jeter (Dec 8, 2005)

booksCrace for the Moment by Max Lucado (2000)

booksCRACE IN FREEDOM by KARL RAHNER (Jan 1, 1968)

booksA Catalogue of Maps, Plans, and Views of London, Westminster & Southwark: Collected and Arranged by Frederick... by Frederick Crace (Sep 22, 2009)

booksBiography - Crace, Jim (1946-): An article from: Contemporary Authors by Gale Reference Team (Dec 16, 2007)


Wiki information Crace:

Australian Suburb, Dated location, Location, Statistical region

Crace is a suburb of Canberra, Australia in the district of Gungahlin. It was named after Edward Kendall Crace an original settler in the Gungahlin area. Streets in Crace are named after parishes and land divisions from colonial times. It is bounded...

Jim Crace
Novelist, Award Nominee, Long-list nominee, Author, Person, Award Winner

James "Jim" Crace is an award-winning English writer. His novels include Quarantine, which was judged Whitbread Novel of 1998, and Harvest, which won the 2013 James Tait Black Memorial Prize and was shortlisted for the 2013 Man Booker Prize.