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R.S., 20th-century British physician. See: Crow-Fukase syndrome.


a bird in the genus corvus.

crow pick
predatory gouging of eyes and other soft tissues from sick or weak lambs by crows. Wounds often infected with gas gangrene organisms.
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Thanks to our clearing of dense forests and planting trees around prairie homesteads, the crow species is now more abundant than it was when European settlers first arrived.
html) West Nile Virus scare in the early 2000s significantly thinned some crow populations.
According to court records, the morning after the incident, Crow had carried the victim to the bathroom because she was unable to walk and finally agreed to get her medical attention for her injuries.
Frustrated by an apparent rise in crow numbers, in the late 1990s farmers in the Ysbyty Ifan area began to get organised.
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.
It seemed then that even with an internal clock working, light played some role in getting the cocks to crow.
In Japan, it took just 20 years for the crow problem to get out of control, mainly due to the population explosion in the country.
The mayor was welcomed by Crow Hill owner Eve Wood, events manager Rebecca Barker and Judith Patrick, National Trust West Yorkshire countryside property manager.
When the persistent pigeon went on to the road a second time, the crow again stepped in - this time leaving it on the pavement.
The Johnny Stewart crow distress calls are particularly popular because they're easy to use and work well.
However, too many shotgunners overlook that fact that since crow season often extends later into the year than other bird seasons, it is an excellent excuse for staying in the field long after the frost has melted from the pumpkin.