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Examples

  • Craning their necks, our cats stare with marble eyes.

    Moose-Watching, Moose-Watched

  • Craning my head all the way back, the enormous Jesus figure topping the basilica seemed to touch the sky.

    Karina Martinez-Carter: Falling Under The Spell Of Barcelona's Tibidabo

  • Craning its thick, wattled neck back and forth as if seeking the origin of its summoning.

    Earl of Durkness

  • Craning its thick, wattled neck back and forth as if seeking the origin of its summoning.

    Earl of Durkness

  • Craning its thick, wattled neck back and forth as if seeking the origin of its summoning.

    Earl of Durkness

  • Craning his neck to see who the priest was with, Mulcahy noticed a whole group of clergymen, a mix of Africans and Europeans from the sounds of their conversation, sitting in an alcove to his right.

    The Priest

  • Craning his head back and letting his mouth open he poured the peas and carrots into his mouth and chewed them while they melted.

    Long Term Medical Plan

  • Craning his neck to reach the high notes, Ashish's fervor is inspiring and heart breaking as the film limns the limits of his vocal success.

    Regina Weinreich: The Sound of Mumbai on HBO

  • Craning her neck back, she saw the ginger flickering of the flaming linens on the third floor.

    Three Corpse Brunch: Part One

  • Craning my neck and gazing toward the Empire State's gleaming summit from a block or two away literally takes my breath away.

    Duking It Out at 1,200 Feet

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