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Definition of Crang

crang
Krang Krang, n. [Cf. D. kreng a carcass.] The carcass of a whale after the blubber has been removed. [Written also crang and kreng.]
Crang
Crang Crang (kr?ng), n. See Krang.

Meaning of Crang from wikipedia

- Crang may refer to: Crâng (disambiguation), the name of some villages in Romania Crâng Park, a park in Buzău, Romania Mike Crang, a reader in cultural...
- Sheree North (born Dawn Shirley Crang; January 17, 1932 – November 4, 2005) was an American actress, dancer, and singer, known for being one of 20th Century-Fox's...
- Crâng may refer to several villages in Romania: Crâng, a village in the town of Pătârlagele, Buzău County Crâng, a village in Ciocani Commune, Vaslui...
- Michael A. Crang is the Head of Department in the Department of Geography at Durham University. He is a Professor in cultural geography, with his main...
- Crâng Park (Romanian: Parcul Crâng) is the largest and most important park in the city of Buzău, Romania. The park is located on the western outskirts...
- Neil Crang (born 31 December 1949) is an Australian former racing driver. "Profile". driverdb.com. Retrieved 16 February 2017. v t e...
- Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell. ISBN 978-1-55786-378-2. Cloke, Paul J.; Crang, Phil; Crang, Philip; Goodwin, Mark (2005). Introducing human geographies (2nd ed...
- Philip Andrew Crang, FAcSS, is a British cultural and human geographer. Since 2005, he has Professor of Cultural Geography at Royal Holloway, University...
- John Crang (1710-1774) was a maker of keyboard instruments and pipe organs in London in the mid eighteenth century. John Crang was baptised. on 4 July...
- Addison & Crang 2006, Chapter by Sebastian Cox "The Dresden Raids: Why and How", p. 26. Taylor 2005, p. 215. Taylor 2005, pp. 217–220. Addison & Crang 2006...