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craw

1. a less common word for crop
2. the stomach of an animal

craw

[krȯ]
(zoology)
The crop of a bird or insect.
The stomach of a lower animal.
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Today, some of the most innovative new baits are craw imitations, like Storm's Arashi, with its unique self-tuning line-tie, and LiveTarget's HFC (Hunt For Center) Crayfish, internally balanced to scoot to one side, then the other.
Other notable baits in this category include: Trigger X Flappin' Craw, Yum Craw Chunk, PowerTeam Lures' Conviction Craw, and Strike King's Rage Craw.
Mr Craw criticised Mr Blair for not meeting relatives of troops killed in Iraq or Afghanistan.
It also has a special wire keeper, shaped like a tiny, long-shank hook, to secure craws.
Lance Corporal Andrew Craw died in Iraq after he accidentally shot himself in the head during weapons training.
Craw passed up a decent early chance, blasting wildly over from the edge of the box having chased down strike partner Craig Brewster's slide rule pass.
L/Cpl Craw, who was single and from Alloa,arrived in Iraqon January 5 to beg in a six-month tour of duty after recently being promoted.
But the game that sticks in the Lakers' collective craw is the one that just preceded that series - a 100-95 loss in Game 82 that denied them the division title and home-court advantage in the playoffs.
Gene Larew Lures of Salt Craw fame has added a menagerie of outsize worms, too.
Dorothy Craw founded Recyke Y'Bike last September with the aim of getting more people out of their cars and on to their neglected cycles or, at the very least, giving their old bike a new home.
It sticks in our craw to see convicted criminal Jeffrey Archer landing a part on a TV s how.
An inquest into the death of Lce Cpl Andrew Craw 21, heard the site at Basra, Iraq, was "shoddy".