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Crow

(krō),
R.S., 20th-century British physician. See: Crow-Fukase syndrome.
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'I am the Prince,' he said, 'who you in your goodness, when I was wandering about in the shape of a black crow, freed from the most awful torments.
In the course of a day or two more, the travellers entered that wild and broken tract of the Crow country called the Black Hills, and here their journey became toilsome in the extreme.
On the first of July the band of Crow warriors again crossed their path.
The Crows were in pursuit of a band of Cheyennes, who had attacked their village in the night and killed one of their people.
The present party of Crows, however, evinced nothing of the invidious character for which they are renowned.
Many crows and other birds flew into the cornfield, but as soon as they saw me they flew away again, thinking I was a Munchkin; and this pleased me and made me feel that I was quite an important person.
"After the crows had gone I thought this over, and decided I would try hard to get some brains.
"When the dead weep, they are beginning to recover," said the Crow solemnly.
Rift Valley is the perfect fit for MW Crow as it brings capital resources and a commitment to building market leaders, commented MW Crow team leader Cesar Garza.
They found that the roosters would crow about two hours before the onset of light.
Mr Crow's co|n was carried in a horse-drawn carriage, in traditional East End style.
It was traditional, and right, that friends and enemies paid tribute to Crow, the leader of the RMT, and Tony Benn.