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  • n. An encircling or overhanging wall of rock


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  • "On the summit the hill is level, and round about its crest runs a cornice, to use an architectural term, of great rocks, which we call a krantz in the Africander language.

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  • A neighboring Polish friend taught Ann how to make "krantz" but I think "makowiec" is probably the more proper term.

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  • Funding funny garbage good councillor gord krantz graphic

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  • Then arrived an elegant lady dressed in an embroidered Chanel Coat, who introduced herself as Judith krantz.

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  • But search as I would I could never find the spot -- valley after valley they took me to, krantz after krantz, and kloof after kloof, I scrambled through and searched, but all in vain.

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  • The British forts were built immediately above this krantz.

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