See also:rock . The word appears in many place-names in the
See also:north of England and in Scotland, and is also connected with " carrick," a word of similar meaning, also found in place-names . In geology, the
See also:term is applied to the strata in which a shelly sand deposit is found, and, in the expression " crag and tail," to a formation of hills,, in which one side is precipitous and lofty and the other slopes or " tails" gradually away, as in the
See also:Castle Rock in
See also:Edinburgh .
CRAFT (a word common to Teutonic languages for stre...
JAMES CRAGGS (1657–1721)
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