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crush

(krŭsh),
1. To squeeze injuriously between two hard bodies.
2. A bruise or contusion from pressure between two solid bodies.
[O.Fr. cruisir]

crush

1. a restraining device for large animals. See also chute.
2. application of pressure so as to destroy the natural condition, shape or integrity of the parts.
3. see crushing.
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My crush and I were talking on the porch, and I didn't realize one of my chair legs was hanging off the step.
The only member of Eden's Crush who doesn't hold a degree or is close to earning one is Lombo.
The final crush report from the California Agricultural Statistics Service (CASS), California Department of Food and Agriculture, showed little change from the preliminary report as published in Wines & Vines in March.
Expect to make an interesting crush connection somewhere along your travels.