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crave

in Scottish civil procedure, that part of an initial writ that states what the pursuer requires.

TO CRAVE. To ask; to demand.
     2. This word is frequently used in pleading; as, to crave oyer of a bond on which the suit is brought; and in the settlement of accounts, the accountant general craves a credit or an allowance. 1 Chit. Pr. 520. See Oyer.

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Since a lot of women have seen or have been taught to associate menstrual period to chocolate, they automatically crave chocolate during the cycle.
Crave Mead is located in Blackstone, Massachusetts and open every Saturday / Sunday from 12p-4p for tours and tastings.
The first books to launch on Crave are Atria's November 9, from #1 New York Times bestselling author Colleen Hoover, followed by books from #1 New York Times bestselling author Abbi Glines, and USA Today bestselling author K.
An original, good quality mozzarella cheese with flavor that you can shred at home," adds George Crave, company president.
In addition to specialty cupcakes, Crave Bistro offers an extensive lunch menu that is both modern and classic.
Crave's new focused categories allow us to integrate a brands message with a passionate audience in a targeted genre, while maximizing reach against other interests men crave," states Drew Berkowitz Senior Vice President, CraveOnline Media.
By that time her work had developed a reputation for on-stage violence, but Crave was seen as a departure from this and contained a poetic quality which eschewed narrative and setting in favour of presenting disconnected meditations on love and yearning.
Once people have identified why they crave a particular food, they can address the problem it has highlighted.
For those who may be unsure whether they crave a food or just really like it, Doreen - who's lost two stone by tackling her own cravings for food including ice cream - says a true craving is a compulsion that's not a conscious decision, akin to cravings for addictive substances like tobacco.
2 : to ask for earnestly <"Sire, there is a messenger from the enemy who craves audience.
Whenever you crave a cigarette you press the beads and your craving is reduced.