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crawl

 [krawl]
to move the body along the ground through a synchronized action of the hands and knees.
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The group originally used to embark on the crawl on Christmas Eve, but they decided to move it a week forward to avoid the dreaded Christmas Day hangover.
He estimated that about 30 percent of the air that infiltrates a house to make up for exhaust via fans, chimneys and leaks comes from the crawl space or basement.
All of the money raised through Maggie's Culture Crawl Merseyside will help ensure the Centre built in the grounds of Clatterbridge Cancer Centre continues to provide free, professional support to all those living with cancer who need it across the region.
The crawl will take place in Birmingham on September 22, with tickets priced PS6, or PS5.
How does an aversive news crawl (one displaying bad news) affect the brand image of an advertisement employing an appetitive appeal?
The crawl starts at the Maggie's centre in the grounds of the Freeman Hospital before heading to the waterfalls in Jesmond Dene.
We're thrilled Sage Gateshead is supporting Culture Crawl with popup performance along the route and The Biscuit Factory and Newcastle Castle are staying open late to welcome our walkers into their venues.
However, in our research we focused not on the length of the swimming stroke, but the depth and angle and frequency; both for crawl arms and legs.
In gastropods that crawl using muscular waves, speed is determined by the combination of pedal wavelength and frequency (Miller 1974a).
We know crawl space repair better than anybody else so there was little chance for us to find someone who knows better than us but we did want to find someone who knew logistics.
He said: "The Culture Crawl provides an enjoyable and unusual way of seeing some of the city's landmarks, as well as providing access to some of its best kept secrets.