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crocket

In Gothic architecture and derivatives, an upward-oriented ornament, often vegetal in form, regularly spaced along sloping or vertical edges of emphasized features such as spires, pinnacles, and gables.
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Crocket

 

an ornamental detail in the form of stylized leaves and flowers projecting from end gables, decorative gables, and other elements of Gothic architectural decoration.

crocket

crocket
In Gothic architecture and derivatives, an upward-oriented ornament, often vegetal in form, regularly spaced along sloping or vertical edges of emphasized features such as spires, pinnacles, and gables.
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Crockets Hotel in Walker - Rowe was invited to a meeting inside after the attack
Fed-up Alistair Crocket says bus lanes helped close his family ironmonger store in Glasgow city centre.
Alistair Crocket, of Crockets, said: "We'll give pots, pans, buckets, cutlery, stainless steel flasks, all that kind of thing.
A Home Hardware at Crockets sell pop-up bins at only pounds 5.
At Glasgow ironmonger Crockets, staff have been instructed not to sell knives to anyone under 18, unless they can prove they are tradesmen.
In the same division, Springbank Social won 3-1 at St Peters Social and Fox and Hounds lost 3-2 at Blue Star Social The B Division championship will be decided by the last game of the season when the Crockets meet Slatyford Tenants .
Fox and Hounds defeated Daisy Hill East End 2-1 and St Peters Social won by the same score against Balloon Slatyford Tenants and The Crockets are both looking to become B Division champions.
However, they could be pipped for the championship by The Crockets and Slatyford Tenants, who have games in hand.
In B Division, Slatyford Tenants were 2-0 winners over Oak and The Crockets defeated Coxlodge Club.
The Crockets prevailed 3-1 at Vallum and Blakelaw Towers came through 2-1 against Companions.