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  • “Crot the good of the people,” muttered Chacho, still sanding the wood.

    House Of The Scorpion

  • About three miles outside of Willemstad they came upon the former home of a rich Spanish planter, which had been turned into a restaurant, and which, once the Groot du Crot, was now the Café

    The White Mice

  • Beyond Marezon, about half way between that village and Pecol, the roads divide, and we turn off from the Val di Zoldo up a long, grassy, undulating valley lying between the Pelmo, the Monte Crot, and the back of the Monte Fernazza.

    Untrodden Peaks and Unfrequented Valleys

  • The topmost peak of the Civita also peers out above the fir-woods bordering the eastern face of Monte Crot; and far away, beyond the sunny vista of the Val Fiorentino, the faint blue peak of the Marmolata is seen against the horizon, its snow-slope outlined in frosted silver.

    Untrodden Peaks and Unfrequented Valleys

  • We are returning to-day to Caprile by a pass leading from the head of the Val di Zoldo into the head of the Val Fiorentino, winding round the foot of the Pelmo between that mountain and the Monte Crot.

    Untrodden Peaks and Unfrequented Valleys

  • Between the Monte Crot – a small but finely-shaped pyramidal mountain – and the Pelmo, which from here looks like a cloudy Tower of Babel, there rises a long green slope leading to the top of the pass.

    Untrodden Peaks and Unfrequented Valleys

  • Crot clearly got the memo that the time to transition from demagoging the healthcare industry has passed, the time has come to once again start demagoging the financial industries.

    Denver Post: News: Breaking: Local

  • Quaver, a Meafure of Time in Mudck, being half a Crot - chet.

    Glossographia Anglicana Nova: Or, A Dictionary, Interpreting Such Hard Words of Whatever ...

  • The numbers, as well as the courage of tack, at then prafitifed by the moft warlike - nations* the Perfians, much exceeded the expe&ation of Crot* If the Perfian army (hould inveft it, the Lydianswere fus*.

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