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crude

Herbal medicine
adjective Pertaining or referring to a herb that is prepared by drying, without any other form of manipulation or derivitisation.

crude

(krood) [L. crudus, raw]
Raw, unrefined, or in a natural state.
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Initially, the artist formed a larger-than-life Jackson sculpture, endowing it with crudely fashioned Styrofoam shapes for head, hands, and feet; but he abruptly stopped and put the work, unfinished, into storage.
This can be seen in the polycarbonate valance, for example, which is applied in double sheets and screwed, almost crudely, to the supporting pipe columns with self-tapping screws.
The game was killed off with a four goal blast in the first 20 minutes, two from the goal machine Thomas Dixon, while Davy McGimpsey scored his 11th of the season from the penalty spot, after running the length of the pitch, before being crudely hacked down in the box.
But a week later, moments before Hart's tipoff at archrival Valencia, Morris crudely cut off his cast in front of his teammates and declared himself ready and willing to help the team because the league title was on the line that night.
Works from the delightfully titled "Puff-Rock Shiteaters," "Craftmonster," and "Swinging Lumpen" series (all 1997-) incorporate a dizzying variety of appropriated materials indicative of Shearer's ongoing interests--found photographs of blue-collar suburban rock fans in domestic settings, clippings of coy teen stars like Shaun Cassidy and Leif Garrett, publicity photos of long-forgotten glam-pop groups, images of late-'60s modular play areas, and reproductions of the crudely rendered children's craft art (inspired by modernist abstraction) that was popularized in the late '50s.
On the orders of Napoleon III in 1863 the two keeps were rescued from collapse, and crudely restored.
WHEN she stepped up to receive the Best Actress Emmy for her role in Elizabeth I on Sunday Helen Mirren behaved in a less than regal fashion: "My great triumph is not falling arse over tit coming up those stairs" she crudely proclaimed.
They have to learn to sneer rudely at their last opponent, speak crudely of them, prompt their fans to throw beer and cups at the other team's players and, oh - while they're at it - brag ad nauseam.
In Here, Piggy Piggy (from Memory Series), 2002, the sinister hillbillies who humiliate the he-men city slickers in the 1972 film Deliverance are transformed and enlarged into a pair of crudely made, horribly grinning bobbleheads (the commercial souvenirs that are available at sporting events).
This unoriginal romantic comedy of errors has John Gray's Mars and Venus philosophy crudely stamped all over it.
In the third season's third episode, he's crudely assailing his wife's (Cheryl Hines) grunts while they play tennis and .
This psychological primitivism was displayed front and center in a key work Lettre a mon fils (Letter to my son), 1956-57, with its cast of crudely drawn characters emerging from masses of expressionistic paint.