Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
AS. cradel, cradol, prob. from Celtic; cf. Gael. creathall, Ir. craidhal, W. cryd, a shaking or rocking, a cradle; perh. akin to E. crate,
Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
A.S. cradol; ety. obscure.
Boats' chocks are sometimes called cradles.
"The Sailor's Word-Book" by William Henry Smyth
Fair in the cradle may be foul in the saddle.
"The Proverbs of Scotland" by Alexander Hislop
Harriet has just brought her doll's cradle to the carpenter, to get it mended.
"Child-Land" by Oscar Pletsch
It may be said of a tree as of a man, 'It was not sung at the tree's cradle that things should turn out thus.
"The Sand-Hills of Jutland" by Hans Christian Andersen
Fascines are made in a =cradle= which consists of five trestles.
"Manual of Military Training" by James A. Moss
And always he had an attentive eye on the cradle that stood near the fire.
"The Wonder" by J. D. Beresford
The great tree had once been small; indeed, in its cradle it had been an acorn.
"Fairy Tales of Hans Christian Andersen" by Hans Christian Andersen
Six days appears to be the limit of time a redstart baby can submit to a cradle.
"Little Brothers of the Air" by Olive Thorne Miller
Waldron Cradle Blade and Snead, about 1840.
"Agricultural Implements and Machines in the Collection of the National Museum of History and Technology" by John T. Schlebecker
The advantage of this cradle consists in its having handles, and, therefore, being easily portable.
"Museum of Antiquity" by L. W. Yaggy
With only gratitude
Instead of love -
A pine in solitude
Cradling a dove.
"No One So Much As You" by Edward Thomas
Rejoice and be glad!
The Redeemer has come!
Go look on His cradle,
His cross, and His tomb.
"Rejoice and Be Glad!" by Horatius Bonar
On peak cradled
Remote upon the slopes,
The slowly drifting clouds
Are that girl, perhaps.
"On peak cradled" by Kakinomoto no Asomi Hitomaro
My mother dandled me and sang,
'How young it is, how young!'
And made a golden cradle
That on a willow swung.
"A Song From 'The Player Queen'" by William Butler Yeats
"O little did my mother ken,
The day she cradled me,
The lands I was to travel in,
Or the death I was to die!"
"The Queen's Marie" by Andrew Lang
You, whom I do not tell that all night long
I lie weeping,
whose very being makes me feel wanting
like a cradle.
"Song" by Rainer Maria Rilke
New Orleans as the cradle of jazz.
Converts vs ' Cradle Catholics'.
Playworld Systems, a leading manufacturer of imaginative playground and fitness equipment, today announced all of its product lines from its 2010 catalog have been Cradle to Cradle Certified Basic.
Kansas was the cradle of cowboy culture.
Democracy's Cradle , Rocking the World.
The image of a dead preschooler cradled by the prime ministers of Egypt and Gaza in a hospital hallway has drawn attention to the dangers Gaza's children face in this crowded urban battle zone.
There's a man on the ground cradling a long rifle with a fat barrel topped with a hulking telescopic sight.
Philadelphia, the cradle of American democracy , where the founding fathers gathered to declare our nation's independence and to ring out that news on the Liberty Bell, still proudly displayed here.
A baby Jesus figure taken from a Pennsylvania church's Nativity scene last year was found cradled in the arms of a nearby statue, just hours before the replacement statue was swiped.
" From cradle to grave, we're subtly (and sometimes not so) nudged to be narrow, " focused ", and to "decide what you're going to do with your life.
But, then again, babies are quite small, and only really require one arm to cradle.
Gaga posted a tweet sharing the news of her loss, along with a photo of her godfather cradling her in his arms when she was a newborn.
They vacationed here for years, then, when retirement came, they pulled up roots up north and came here to be cradled by the Smokies fulltime.
John Goodman leaped, juggled the ball as he battled a defender and finally cradled it in his arms as he landed in the end zone.
The 20-gauge shotgun rode easily in my hands as I walked down a trail on the north slope of a tangled ravine that cradled a trickling stream.
We favor the idea that the HC contains very young massive (proto)star(s) as it is in all aspects (richness of the molecular composition, large mass of 800 M⊙ , high temperature of 65 K) similar to the other HCs known in the literature, which are believed to be the cradle of early-type stars (Kurtz et al. 2000).
Relative Evolutionary Time Scale of Hot Molecular Cores with Respect to Ultra Compact HII Regions
Such systems may thus be considered as both the cradle and the main backbone of life” .
Route to Room-Temperature Superconductivity from a Practical Point of View
It suggests that stellar evolution processes and stellar deaths may serve as the cradle for the birth and/or rejuvenation of a new generation of planets, rather than just being the death throes or hostile hosts for pre-existing planets.
Second generation planets
The integration cradles are under development and a ﬁrst integration test with a demonstrator has been successfully conducted in October 2009.
A large scale prototype for a SiW electromagnetic calorimeter for a future linear collider
The integration cradles are under development and a ﬁrst integration test with a demonstrator has been successfully conducted.
Calorimetry for Lepton Collider Experiments - CALICE results and activities