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1. They searched every nook and corner.
2. We found a seat in a little nook, and had some lunch.
3. The wind blew into every nook and cranny.
4. She has searched every nook and cranny.
5. We searched every nook and cranny.
6. Boxes are stacked in every nook and cranny at the factory.
7. I've looked in every nook and cranny but I can't find it.
8. She always explored every nook and cranny of a business deal.
9. I've searched every nook and cranny but I still can't find the keys.
10. Every nook and cranny of the house was stuffed with souvenirs of their trips abroad.
11. There were small plants growing in every nook and cranny of the wall.
12. She knows every nook and cranny of the city, so she's the perfect guide.
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13. She had found herself in the safe nook between Fenna's sail-like wing and the crenellated and fantastic fortress of his spine.
14. For a brief time, this nook of County Durham was quite a fashionable holiday resort among the health-conscious.
15. Everything moveable was taken out, every nook and cranny probed.
16. Every nook and cranny is full of life, and new crannies are being made.
17. The full survey will ensure every nook and cranny is inspected.
18. He was in his kitchen nook with the single plug-in electric burner.
19. They looked in vain for a nook that held the batteries.
20. We feel every ache in every nook and cranny, and the nooks and crannies themselves seem to multiply.
21. I approach a trip to a book nook with the eagerness of a child on an outing to the toy store.
22. He backed away towards the nook beside the elevator, where he kept his gun, but the stranger was too quick.
23. In some areas, such as a Donna Nook and Theddlethorpe, the sand and mud flats are incredibly vast.
24. They searched every nook and cranny.
25. Every nook and cranny has been swept clean.
26. He explored every nook and cranny of science.
27. He knew every nook and cranny of the area.
28. He got up as quickly as the tight fit of the table in the breakfast nook would allow.
29. Sometimes he would be away for two or three days, spending his nights in a sheltered nook known as the Cave.
30. Scores of supply vessels, tugs and survey ships filled every nook and cranny and even spilled over into the fish docks.