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craw

(krô)
n.
1. The crop of a bird or insect.
2. The stomach of an animal.
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He went to find Mr Craw but was met by men running towards him, shouting 'run for your life', and 'water'.
the work appears in the 26 September 2006 issue of the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, authored by James Hansen of craw's Goddard Institute for Space Studies in New York, and colleagues from Columbia University, Sigma Space Partners in Maryland and the University of California, Santa Barbara.
Lance Corporal Craw, a weapons specialist from Tullibody, Clackmannanshire, died instantly when the gun - a weapon he had never been trained on - fired as he tried to clear it.
"The fact that we met here and also the fact that there are so many truly enlightened people here, gay and straight, made it the obvious choice for us to commit for life and maybe change history," says Craw ford.
Tell you what, when I bed down in bear country, I snap a wrist lanyard to my pistol when I craw into my sleeping bag.
What stuck in their craw was the "100 percent money-back guarantee" Phillips offered.
I'm straight Out of the minstrel show tradition--which makes this whole "ownership" business stick in my craw even more.
If I can't scare cash from the ashen crew, this monkey wrench has scratch to back my business." Mullen swaggeringly exits with "I'm making bird seed to stick in a hen's craw. Where I live's a wren shack.
Craw of Alaska's Department of Natural Resources in Fairbanks describes places as looking "like the snow pack had exploded off the mountainsides."
His self-righteous proclamations, his all-encompassing devotion to himself, sticks in the craw the moment his goofy-toothed mouth flaps wide.
The three engineers, Darrell Grant, Christopher Craw and Richard Johnson, recently got underway with Bataan for a 36-hour shakedown cruise.
But looking back, one thing I kept hearing stuck in my craw, because the more I thought about it, the more it said something profound about our understanding of leadership -- and, coincidentally, communication.