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But once a crow begins to dig, other crows form a circle around the digger, waiting in ambush.
During the quietest part of the second movement, a crow cawed in primal accompaniment.
Then a clumsy-footed crow awakes in them, stirring the branches and croaking mournfully.
If a rooster crows every minute of every hour of every day, eventually it will crow when the sun rises.
What happened is akin to breaking into a lawyer's office and opening confidential files cabinets with a crow bar.
Yet when disaster strikes, doomsayers do not get to crow.
Leaders lost power, who can helps and the crow in the chaos.
Speaking of difficulty swallowing, it is time for me to eat a little crow.
Newspapers are quick to crow about their predictive triumphs.
Insiders crow that the gumshoes found no smoking gun.
Roosters crow before the sun comes up but they don't cause it.
You'll have something to crow about and you won't further wreak havoc the economy.
Fossils show that in its glory days it had the wingspan of a crow.
When she stared away at a noisy crow, he stole a long look at her.
The crow flies straight to its point of destination.
And from the wood-top calls the crow through all the gloomy day.
The houses of the rich were quaint and comfortable, with steeply sloping roofs and crow-step gables.
Against the grey rock of the kopjes it showed no more than a crow against a thundercloud.
He looked around, but could see nothing but a crow winging its solitary flight across the mountain.
He looked round, but could see nothing but a crow winging its solitary flight across the mountain.
It is said that roosters think the sun rises because they crow.
Faces sag, and on the surface of the skin wrinkles and crow's-feet appear.
Her smile is still a show- stopper, but she has crow's-feet now and a short, sensible permanent.
Writer mentions seeing a dead crow on a running path.
He is a crow trainer and horticulturist, but only an amateur gourmet.
Her smile is still a showstopper, but she has crow's-feet now and a short, sensible permanent.
But it was a side angle, and there were crow's-feet faintly evident at the corner of his eye.
Today's column deals with eating crow, both literally and figuratively.
These books pull together disparate facts and interpretations into satisfying narratives that really know a crow.

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