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crowde

A crypt or cellar, especially of a church.
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Richards' Heineken Cup holders yesterday had their hopes of a world club championship showdown with Super 12 title-holders ACT Brumbies dashed because a suitable date could not be found in the crowde calendar.
More seriously, the industry estimates that no fewer than 16 pop festivals, in total, are competing for the business of a maximum of 400,000 fans who are prepared to travel and then to put up with the inconvenience of three or four days camping in crowde d and often weatherbeaten conditions.
14) The `repetitions' of the 15th and 22nd appear to have been well attended; in recounting the story of Margaret Blagge's lost jewel, Evelyn concludes that `as probably, it had teen taken from her, as she was often inviron'd, with that infinite Crowde, which `tis impossible to avoid upon Such Occasions'.