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  • fire|crack|er — «FYR KRAK uhr», noun. a paper roll containing gunpowder and a fuse. Firecrackers explode with a loud noise …   Useful english dictionary

  • fire·crack·er — /ˈfajɚˌkrækɚ/ noun, pl ers [count] : a small paper cylinder that is filled with an explosive and that produces a loud noise when it explodes boys setting off firecrackers …   Useful english dictionary

  • Crack the Shutters — 7 Vinyl Single by Snow Patrol from the album A Hundred Million Suns …   Wikipedia

  • Crack a Bottle — Single by Eminem featuring Dr. Dre and 50 Cent from the album Relapse …   Wikipedia

  • Crack house — is a term mainly used in the United States used to describe an old, often abandoned or burnt out building often in an inner city neighborhood where drug dealers and drug users buy, sell, produce, and use illegal drugs, including, but not limited… …   Wikipedia

  • Crack a Smile... and More! — Studio album by Poison Released March 14, 2000 …   Wikipedia

  • Crack the Sky (Mylon LeFevre and Broken Heart album) — Crack the Sky Studio album by Mylon LeFevre Released 1987 Recorded …   Wikipedia

  • crack|le — «KRAK uhl», verb, led, ling, noun. –v.i. 1. to make slight, sharp sounds: »A fire crackled in the fireplace. Twigs crackled beneath their feet. 2. to become minutely cracked, as the surface of some kinds of china or glass does; craze. 3.… …   Useful english dictionary

  • Crack the Skye — For other uses, see Crack the Sky (disambiguation). Crack the Skye Studio album by Mastodon Releas …   Wikipedia

  • crack — I. verb Etymology: Middle English crakken, from Old English cracian; akin to Old High German chrahhōn to resound Date: before 12th century intransitive verb 1. to make a very sharp explosive sound < the whip cracks through the air > 2. to break,… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • crack — {{11}}crack (n.) split, opening, 14c., from CRACK (Cf. crack) (v.). Meaning try, attempt first attested 1836, probably a hunting metaphor, from slang sense of fire a gun. Meaning in top notch, superior is slang from 1793 (e.g. a crack shot).… …   Etymology dictionary

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