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Definition of Krantz
1. a precipice [n -ES]
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Literary usage of Krantz
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Vestigia, Reminiscences of Peace and War by Charles à Court Repington (1919)
"CHAPTER XIV VAAL krantz THE situation at Ladysmith did not permit of much delay in the prosecution of our enterprise for its relief, nor could Buller afford ..."
2. Cassell's History of the Boer War, 1899-1902 by Richard Danes (1903)
"TOWARDS LADYSMITH ONCE MORE—THE CAPTURE OF VAAL krantz. AFTER the retreat consequent upon the 1\ failure of Warren's operation on the left flank, ..."
3. The Commission of H.M.S. "Terrible," 1898-1902 by George Crowe (1903)
"CHAPTER XI VAAL krantz OPERATIONS—RETIREMENT OF BULLER'S ARMY TO CHIEVELEY SITUATED ... The objective of this next attempt was to capture Vaal krantz, ..."
4. The American Annual of Photography (1912)
"PHOTOGRAPHING SNOW SCENES By KT krantz ' LTHOUGH the photographing of winter scenes is frequently accompanied by some physical discomfort in the way of ..."
5. History of the Jews in America: From the Period of the Discovery of the New by Peter Wiernik (1912)
"... novelists—The sketch writers who are under the influence of the Russian realistic writers—Abner Tannenbaum—Alexander Harkavy—"krantz," Hermalin, ..."