cran

[n] - a capacity unit used for measuring fresh herring
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Cran

• (n.) Alt. of Crane
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cran

noun a capacity unit used for measuring fresh herring
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Cran

[unit] A cran, in use from at least as early as the 18th century, was a unit of measure of landed uncleaned herring used in the North Sea fishing industry. In 1852 it was defined to be the equivalent of one standard box of about 37.5 imperial gallons - typically around 1200 fish, but varying anywhere between 700 and 2,500. In metric units i...
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Cran

Cran (krăn), Crane (krān) , noun [ Scot., from Gael. crann .] A measure for fresh herrings, -- as many as will fill a barrel. [ Scot.] H. Miller.
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Cran

A cran was a British measure used for herrings being the number of herrings as fill a barrel. In 1816 the cran was fixed at 42 gallons and in 1832 at 45 gallons and finally in 1852 it was fixed at 37.5 imperial gallons.
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cran

a traditional unit of volume formerly used by fishermen. The cran, originally intended to represent the volume of fish held by a barrel, was standardized at 37.5 Imperial gallons, or about 170.46 liters. This is somewhat larger than the usual Imperial barrel. In modern times, the cran is also used somewhat informally to mean a volume of fish weighi...
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Cran

An Uilleann piping ornament, consisting of a series of gracenotes of varying pitch over a low note, most commonly bottom D.
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CRAN

Comprehensive R Archive Network
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