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crag

a steep rugged rock or peak

crag

[krag]
(geology)
A steep, rugged point or eminence of rock, as one projecting from the side of a mountain.
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His face is lit with sky, textured with ocean breeze, almost identical to Mom's but more fluid, less cragged. "No.
All the photos were shot on the cragged roads of New England, in between days wading around, ass-deep, in a cranberry bog.
(25) Tentative in quality, shaded only with hatch marks, the work depicts a ship anchored in a picturesque harbor, a cragged tree in the foreground, and a squat mountain in the background.
From the sea zoo there's miles of cragged coastline to enjoy, with lots of opportunities for rock pooling.
Around the cragged hill: a personal and political philosophy.
The Regulatory Norms of a Globalized Society?, in ETHICS CODES, CORPORATIONS AND THE CHALLENGE OF GLOBALIZATION 353, 359 (Wesley Cragged., 2005).
(94.) See Harry Arthurs, Corporate Codes of Conduct: Profit, Power and Law in the Global Economy, in ETHICS CODES, CORPORATIONS AND THE CHALLENGES OF GLOBALIZATION 51, 55-57 (Wesley Cragged., 2005); Harry Arthurs, Private Ordering and Workers' Rights in the Global Economy: Corporate Codes of Conduct as a Regime of Labour Market Regulation, in LABOUR LAW IN AN ERA OF GLOBALIZATION: TRANSFORMATIVE PRACTICES AND POSSIBILITIES 471, 473 (Joanne Conaghan, Karl Klare & Richard Michael Fischl eds., 2001).
Donne's sermonic progress thus resembles the topos of the pilgrim lover's spiraling journey up a mountain to reach his beloved, an image that Donne had explicitly used in "Satyre III": "a huge hill, / Cragged and steep" atop of which "Truth stands" (79-80).