Chang also hosts Moms Get Real, a digital show for ABC News NOW that cracks the facade of perfect mommyhood.
There are times when economies are booming, but people continue to fall through the cracks.
She hosts Moms Get Real, a digital show for ABC News NOW, that cracks the façade of perfect mommyhood.
A bill that cracks down on Sharia and abortion at the same time, of course.
Was this auction revealing the first cracks in what has otherwise been a very positive story?
In all the cracks and interstices between the bricks where the mortar had fallen out flourished great colonies.
Only a dim light came into the room through the cracks in the shutters.
Some of the houses was sorry and the snow come in the cracks but we had big fire places and plenty wood to cook and keep warm by.
But, for all that, they never stepped on cracks—of their own free will!
Sprinkle a little Cayenne pepper in the cracks at the back of the shelves of the bookcase.
"split, opening," 14c., from crack (v.). Meaning "try, attempt" first attested 1836, probably a hunting metaphor, from slang sense of "fire a gun." Meaning "rock cocaine" is first attested 1985. The superstition that it is bad luck to step on sidewalk cracks has been traced to c.1890. Adjectival meaning in "top-notch, superior" is slang from 1793 (e.g. a crack shot).
[all senses are ultimately echoic; narcotics sense fr the sound of breaking crystals or the cracking sound the crystals make when smoked]