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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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Presenters will be on hand to answer any creepy crawly questions and youngsters will also be able to learn about the animals' habitats, diets and lifestyles while gaining a better understanding of the natural world in a fun and safe environment.
LaVella over at Gearhead hit the mark again with another wacky themed compilation, this one entitled Thingmaker, named after a toy that allowed you to mold creepy crawly insects and skeletons and stuff, much to yet little sister's chagrin.
Peter already contributes to many charities including our favourite, The Rainbow Trust, which helps parents care for handicapped children and he was only too pleased to pass the creepy crawly experience on to his fellow celebs!
It's not always your look-alike smiles and cute dimples people are talking about, but maybe the same mannerisms (laughing like a hyena), fave habits (walking barefoot) and pet peeves (crawly things).
In this dead zone nothing survives--no fish, no shrimp, no dolphin, no crabs, no wondrous creepy crawly things from the bottom of the ocean.
Butterflies, beetles, and other crawly creatures are all in a zoo for you!
To be exact, these creepy, crawly creatures wanted to eat all of Ohio!
The problem is characterized by creepy, crawly sensations in the leg muscles, relieved only by moving the legs.
I feel exactly the same about creepy crawly Corbyn, who lets his henchmen rant and attack people, but does nothing condemn it!
Among the creepy crawly creations were spiders made from plastic coffee cup lids and pipe cleaners.
It was not until she did that she noticed the creepy crawly.