crotchet


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crotchet

1. Music a note having the time value of a quarter of a semibreve
2. Zoology a small notched or hooked process, as in an insect

crotchet

Obsolete term for crocket.
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Formerly trained in Britain by Richard Fahey, Crotchet ran a cracker on debut for this stable when, having looked all over the winner for much of the straight, she was reeled in late.
CROTCHET has enjoyed a fine campaign in 2018 and she can add further lustre to her record with victory in the Ar Legal Fillies' Handicap at Newmarket.
Richard Fahey has placed Crotchet win twice already this term, with her most recent success coming in a competitive fillies' heat at Musselburgh last month.
Richard Fahey's CROTCHET (4.20) has victory sewn up in the AR Legal Fillies' Handicap.
CROTCHET can feel the full benefit of Connor Murtagh's 5lb allowance in the Irish Stallion Farms EBF Scottish Premier Fillies' Handicap at Musselburgh.
BY anita chambers CROTCHET can feel the full benefit of Connor Murtagh's 5lb allowance in tomorrow's Irish Stallion Farms EBF Scottish Premier Fillies' Handicap at Musselburgh.
Some of the items included deep freezers, fufu pounding machine, wheel chairs, sewing machines and crotchet, worth GHc100,000.
A few members of the crafting team include: Lucia, the knitting and crotchet expert, Michelle and Tracie, the Papercraft professionals and Zandie, the cake connoisseur.
'Currently we are running crotchet classes, bracelets and reed straw making for women.
Crotchet and knitting A group meets in the library on the last Thursday of each month 2.30-4.30pm.
Sarah looked fabulous in a sheer black and navy midi dress with crotchet detailing, completing the look with black strappy sandals and smart box clutch.
In musical notes, which is bigger - a crotchet or a semibreve?