sun crack

sun crack

[′sən ‚krak]
(geology)
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"And has the sun cracked their skin?" demanded my boss.
Soon, the sun cracked and peeked through the mountains and clouds.
If I'm out in the field and I hear howling coyotes as the sun cracks the horizon on a crisp October morning, I could pack up right then and go home happy.
The roof of the park is designed from the patterns in the desert formed when the hot sun cracks the earth.
The sun cracked over the horizon, and although mallards and pintails usually show up at first light, they were slow to come out for breakfast.
Then, as the sun cracks the horizon, it slowly rises along with the all the dew that had settled on the crops.
Nope, when the sun cracks the stones the only thing for a pasty-faced footy fan to do is withdraw to his bedroom, shut the curtains, huddle around his PC and hit the net - something the Sky Blues couldn't manage much last season - and peruse the forums and gossip websites scanning for transfer rumours.
FOCHRIW Rising Sun cracked five goals in vain as their game against Penrhiwceiber Cons was abandoned.
As the sun cracked the morning open, plenty of birds did in fact veer away ...
The following day Gwydion and the boy set out as the sun cracked the eastern sky, having changed their appearance so that they would not have been recognised even within their own court.