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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.
Stringer's report defines "crowded" dwellings as units with more than one person per room, and "severely" crowded dwellings as units with more than 1.5 persons per room.
In their paper "Mobile Crowdsensing," the researchers offer robust evidence that people become increasingly engaged with their mobile devices as trains get more crowded, and in turn become more likely to respond to targeted mobile messages.
This finding indicates that proportionately fewer high income children are expected to be crowded out than low-income children.
Now we're at a stage where the sons and daughters of Crowded House fans have grown up with the songs.
From these antebellum writers, Esteve moves to Henry James, who in Washington Square and in the short story "The Papers" foregrounds the presence of affective private spheres in the midst of a "public" world increasingly crowded (by both people and "publicity").
In Winerip's rush to judgment, he confirmed the fears of many who opposed the transfer provisions of NCLB, including some parents, teachers, and administrators who were eager to blame crowded classrooms on the outsiders who entered under the law.
But an artist like Gursky or Barney has never known anything besides the crowded, institutional art world we have today.
The survey collected information on crowding, such as data on diversion--that is, the extent to which hospitals asked ambulances that would normally bring patients to their hospitals to go instead to other hospitals that were presumably less crowded.