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Music an ancient bowed stringed instrument; crwth

Crowd

 

an ancient bowed stringed instrument. It was wide-spread in Western European countries, primarily England and France, until the early 19th century. The crowd had a wooden body and six strings. Length, 550–575 mm.

What does it mean when you dream about a crowd?

Dreaming about being in a crowd can mean many different things. We may have had anxieties about being in crowds as a child, so crowds could simply represent anxiety. We can feel good about being part of the crowd, or unhappy about being part of the herd; we may feel “lost in the crowd” and want to “stand out from the crowd.” If people are looking at the dreamer, one could be anxious about public opinion.

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With "Crowded Refresh," using machine learning and proprietary AI algorithms, the strongest candidates are updated, contacted via the Crowded chatbot, matched and ranked for each open job position.
5 million New Yorkers now living in a crowded or severely crowded home.
3 : to collect in numbers <People crowded at the entrance.
The union claimed bus riders' civil rights were being violated as the agency built up suburban rail lines while bus service for poor urban riders remained crowded and unreliable.
Mexican Americans and Vietnamese Americans, however, the study says, tend to perceive their homes as less crowded (based on a given number of people per room) relative to African Americans or Anglo American individuals.
In contrast, crowded conditions brought out large increases in coping behaviors.
Interviewed physicians indicated that all currently marketed OAB products have comparable safety and efficacy profiles and, as the last once-daily OAB option to come to market, if approved, Sanctura XR would not dramatically impact their OAB prescribing habits given the crowded OAB market.
There were more statistically significant differences in tooth size among females with teeth in the crowded category being larger however this was not true for all teeth.
The more crowded the garden, the healthier the plants.
Contrary to popular beliefs and many scientists' views, we find no evidence that Asian and Latin Americans can better withstand or tolerate the adverse psychological consequences of living in crowded homes," says Gary Evans, a professor of design and environmental analysis and an international expert on environmental stress resulting from noise, crowding, inadequate housing, and air pollution.
While Burger's work shows decreased shorebird feeding at low tide, avian biologists suspect that crowded beaches create other problems at high tide, when beach space shrinks for both people and birds.
The fair was crowded with families dashing between attractions such as the Ferris wheel and the popcorn vendor.