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crackle

1. intentional crazing in the glaze of a piece of porcelain or pottery
2. porcelain or pottery so decorated

Crackle

 

a network of fine cracks on the glazed surface of ceramic goods. Crackle is created for ornamental effect, using the difference in the expansion coefficients of the crock and the glaze during firing.

crackle

In painting, a paint or lacquer designed to develop a network of fine cracks when applied over a softer undercoat.
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He told the Telegraph: "I popped outside about 9 and could hear a crackling sound so walked to the side of my garage and could see and smell the fire licking up the side of the chimneys at the side of the hospital behind the maternity unit.
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Now bosses at the Staffordshire factory have set their sights on turning the operation into a UK household name as scratchings, crackling and crunch products tickle the taste buds of beer drinkers, holidaymakers and Harrods shoppers.
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This coat activates the crackling and allows the base color to show the crackle pattern.
Like adding croutons, the salad benefits from having the slightly salty taste and contrasting crunch from pork crackling.
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London, March 25 (ANI): In a new research, scientists have suggested that alien worlds which are friendly to life could snap, crackle and pop, in the form of radio signals crackling from their magnetic fields.
Tucci, a terrific performer, just isn't given the same sort of consistently crackling dialogue that Hugh Laurie gets, though he's given an equally ominous back story that will play through until something better 7/8 on this show or another 7/8 comes along.
Well-regarded as a live performer in the Toronto, Canada, spoken-word and music scenes, Belladonna's seven-song EP mixes producer Gerry Sylvia's crackling hip-hop production as well as complex live jazz, blues and folk instrumentation by The Awakening without seeming forced or thrown together.