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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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With Seattle ranking 6th in the nation for being one of the most rat-infested cities, New Day Northwest turned to Clean Crawls for tips and instruction on how to keep these pesky intruders outside.
Due to be held on Friday, September 18, the crawl will take in eight miles of the city including Newcastle and Gateshead Quayside, Victoria Tunnel and the beautiful parks through Jesmond Dene.
The longest bar crawls in Cardiff were two epic 20-stop journeys.
The pub crawl is supported by Campaign for Real Ale and the next one starts at Ma Boyles on Thursday, July 23, from 6.
A MAJORCAN resort is clamping down on pub crawls organised by the company at the centre of a sex video scandal.
This can also be done by repeated experimental crawls with different parameters.
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.
Some of Britain's best-known pub crawls are providing a "much-needed shot in the arm" for several local and national businesses, a leading online fancy dress company has revealed.
Mercator is a crawling system developed by Najork and Heydon (2001) (Compaq, HP and CDLR Group), which now crawls the Web for the AItaVista search engine.
But pub crawls - properly monitored - are all part of a student's rite of passage.
When changes are made they do not take effect until the next time the Mini crawls the site.
I have more respect for a cockroach that crawls out at night than for a gang member who crawls out from his dark hole to deface a freeway sign.