Water crack | Article about water crack by The Free Dictionary
In plastering, a fine crack in a coat applied before the previous coat has dried, or in a coat having excessive water in the plaster.
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The boiling water cracks
the skins and the brief freezing breaks down cell walls, transforming the fruits into incredibly tasty nuggets for snacks, cereals or baking.
GRIPPING STUFF; Nervous Kimberley clutches the side of the helicopter as she prepares to throw herself out and aim for the target 30ft below to win meals for fellow campers; LEAP OF FAITH; She holds her nose but her arms should be by her side; SPLASH DOWN; The force of her landing in the water cracks