CHEAP TABLETS, EVERYWHERE: First came the e-readers, like the Amazon Kindle, or the nook.
It's too early to tell whether the nook can steal significant market share from the Kindle.
Mousack is piped into every nook and cranny of the damn ship: the elevators, the restaurants, the hallways.
The company announced that sales of the nook and e-books will commence in Britain in October.
Unlike the three-walled sets of Hollywood soundstages, this is made for every nook and cranny to be filmed.
There is no nook, no crevice or cranny, that is not full of force.
Other people desired to sit in Alice's nook, but discovered her in occupancy.
But Elizabeth-Jane clung so closely to her nook that she discerned nothing of this.
A few sound friendships and a nook full of family affection.
The rebels were paraded, each man searched, and every nook and cranny in the fort thoroughly overhauled.
c.1300, noke, of unknown origin. Possibly connected with Norwegian dialectal nokke "hook, bent figure," or Old English hnecca "neck," but the sense evolution would be difficult.