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CREW. Those persons who are employed in the navigation of a vessel.
     2. A vessel to be seaworthy must have a sufficient crew. 1 Caines, R. 32; 1 John. R. 184.
     3. In general, the master or captain (q.v.) has the selection of the crew. Vide Muster roll; Seaman; Ship; Shipping articles.

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And pigs can fly, your 401(k) just doubled in value, Al Davis got a crewcut and Jennifer Connelly will not stop stalking me.
In "The Crewcut as Homoerotic Discourse in Nabokov's Pale Fire," Paul Allen Miller examines the breakdown of the five central binary opposites of the novel.
The real break came the last day of eighth grade when I took a copy of Action Now magazine to the barber and showed him a picture of Steve Olson staring into the camera with a grown-out crewcut.
He had a crewcut, and a set of bar bells, and a backyard trampoline.
Today Byers sports a "fashionably gray" crewcut and beard.
In a place swarming with expensive suits, neckties, and leather attache cases, Bill appears--military style crewcut, bushy mustache, Hawaiian floral print shirt, baggy slacks, and blue canvas shoes.
He has thick, strong arms; a hefty championship football ring; and a reddish-brown crewcut, prickly as cut grass.
Corynne Corbett, Mode's editor, is a big African American woman with a blonde crewcut who embodies what her magazine's about--among other things, violating the rules for women's magazines.
The crewcut food-service baron and his wife may look American Gothic, but their art is mostly American great-- Sam Francis, Scott Burton, Martin Puryear, Elizabeth Murray--and California cool, from David Park to Deborah Oropallo.
The only question is whether it will it be a crewcut or a Mohawk.