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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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He didn't know what had happened to Mr Craw but plunged into the chest-deep water in an attempt to save workmate Water Boyd of 8 Hillpark Crescent, Bannockburn, who was trapped.
Craw baits with flapping pincers, such as the Paca Craw, Berkley PowerBait Chigger Craw, Zoom Speed Craw, and Strike King Rage Craw slow a jig's fall and create vibrations during the retrieve.
'THANK YOU' Dorothy Craw PEDAL POWER Peter Lambert of Chapel House
However, FIA deputy president for sport Nick Craw is satisfied with the work being done by the team after visiting their headquarters on Wednesday in Charlotte, North Carolina.
Geologist Professor Dave Craw, of the University of Otago describes the work as "a huge contribution to our understanding of tectonic processes at the plate boundary".
He has been joined by Murray Jones as Vice Commodore and Bruce Craw as Rear Commodore and a strong Board that includes three Past Commodores--Alastair Douglas, Marion Cooper and Robert 'Biddy' Badenach.
Police said he had been drinking in the Craw's Nest bar, in Ravensby Park Gardens, Carnoustie, on Tuesday night.
Lance Corporal Andy Craw, 21, was on a training exercise in Iraq after only a few hours sleep when the accident happened.
FARM animals and the Welsh countryside feature in an exhibition by Carmarthenshire artist Donna Craw shaw that opens at Aberglasney Gardens today as part of the garden's art season.
Along with the mountain men he has the nineteenth-century scientists, missionaries, soldiers, government surveyors and artists speak, sensitively but thoroughly erasing most of the romantic images of the early West lodged in the craw of perceptions of Western expansion.
ABC's marketing machine has characterized information from the Experience as "currency" for fans, but there's still one number sticking in their collective craw.
Affable, shuffling, cute, they stick in my craw like fish bones."