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(pronounced KRAY-dehl-tu-GRAYV eh-NA-lehs-sehs) See

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(pronounced krih-DEHN-zuh) In this day and age, we tend to associate this term with the back storage piece — sometimes possessing a knee space and/or complemented by a hutch — that often accompanies a desk in an office. However,

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(pronounced kreh-neh-LAY-shun) We admit it – crenellation is a weird word. The best way to remember this word is to think of castles. You know that gap-toothed / saw blade type design that makes up the parapet of the stereotypical

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(pronounced KRU-ehl) “Don’t be cruel…to a heart that’s true…” No, Elvis did not get to the top of the charts singing about “crewel,” a loosely twisted, one- or two-ply worsted wool yarn used for embroidery. “Crewel fabric” is created

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(pronounced KRIH-tih-kehl path) In construction / building project management, critical path describes the carefully considered series of interdependent tasks that results in the shortest total duration of the project. The idea is to ensure there are no delays on “critical”

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(pronounced KRAH-king) You know when you buy something new – maybe at a discount outlet – like a leather handbag, some suede booths, or a pair of darkly colored jeans, and you notice that a) it marks up your

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(pronounced KRAWSS-oh-ver KAYS-gud) Trademarked by OFS Brands in 2010, a crossover casegood is line of office furniture pieces designed to have the flexibility to perform in either an open office plan or private office settings. See also:

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(pronounced krown MOL-ding) Spelled crown “moulding” for those who speak with a British accent, crown molding is a classic interior element. Used for centuries to add ornamentation to elaborate millwork and grand rooms, hundreds of less expensive options now

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(pronounced KRIP-tik) It’s easy to remember this adjective. Just remember back on all of those “Tales From The Crypt” Example: In their weekly project meeting, Maddie was incredibly frustrated by the developer’s cryptic comments regarding the status of the