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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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Not having a background in the actual work within crawl spaces, structural repair, etc.
In the video, Chuck describes the kind of issues his crew encountered while trying to work in infested crawl spaces.
Laura, from Gosforth, is a regular centre visitor, based in the grounds of Newcastle's Freeman Hospital, and jumped at the chance to take part in the first Tyneside crawl after seeing the event in London last year.
Laura Tokell is set to take part in the Maggie's Culture Crawl
Walkabout, St Mary Street, Cardiff, is the city's most popular for pub crawls
It has been reported the pub crawls have around 200 British youngsters on them.
I have been given a number of suggestions: (1) Install a circulating fan; (2) install vent piping with fan to pull air into crawl space and then out through roof; (3) install drainpipe around outside of crawl space, install sump pump, completely encapsulate crawl space with heavy vinyl, and install a dehumidifier.
The pub crawl sees the false camaraderie hilariously demolished, especially when Oliver's sister Sam (Pike), the woman Steven and Gary both lusted after, arrives on the scene.
I noticed once that a dolphin crawls out of the water to the swimming pool edge when some person is walking alongside the pool," Dolgy said.
While adverse media coverage surrounding so-called 'booze Britain' dominates the headlines on an almost daily basis, Paul Howcroft of costume supplier Fancy Dress Ball, which has an extensive range of fancy dress such as Halloween costumesand superhero costumes,insists that the financial positives of pub crawls are providing a welcome boost is these tough economic times.
Due to the fact that one browser instance is used to crawl all pages of one site, we have been able to implicitly do statefull crawling.
The KB Crawl suite of web monitoring applications includes modules for monitoring specific areas within web pages, for importing and exporting data, for emailing alerts, for recording browsing habits and for detecting keywords in picture files.