I cracked the door
open just enough to peek out and kindly say that I was busy.
Broadway has not been particularly welcoming to hip hop, although Miranda and Blankenbuehler, along with Hamilton's director, Thomas Kail, cracked the door
open in 2008 with their Tony-winning In the Heights.
While Beretta and Benelli cracked the door
, other imports flung it wide open.
He cracked the door
of the family hut and looked out.
Liverpool's Anfield hiccup against Chelsea cracked the door
, but Toure and company booted it open in south London.
As he cracked the door
open, Braman saw the man was wearing a ski mask, so he tried to shut the door right away.
Turns out on closer inspection a screwdriver had been used and they'd also cracked the door
When the buzzer went off, I turned off the oven, cracked the door
, and set the timer for an hour.
And while Perry's flub-free performance alone may not save his campaign, aides to the governor hope that a much-discussed exchange with Mitt Romney - in which Romney offered Perry a $10,000 bet that his position on health care in his book hadn't changed from one edition to the next, and Perry declined - has cracked the door
open for Perry.
Still, Jacobs argues, the national monarchy's needs in matters of war and commerce bit against restrictions based upon faith, while the Reformation cracked the door
towards religious toleration.
But prohibitionists cracked the door
open by promising to keep whiskey available by prescription.
THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH (USA) cracked the door
open for the ordination of gay men and women at its annual General Assembly meeting (the 217th) last June with an "authoritative interpretation" that allows local ordaining bodies some leeway.
You've cracked the door
, but appear to be afraid to step inside the abyss of American (and international) culture and attack the unethical contradictions that are running rampant.
The Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act cracked the door
open and permitted banks to get into insurance specifically along with some other things.
If there's an English person involved, you can guarantee before long they'll dust off that old chestnut about the friend-of-a-friend who walked into a pub where, until the very microsecond they cracked the door
open, everyone had been speaking English.