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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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1 October 2014 - US private equity firm Rift Valley Equity Partners LLC announced the purchase of Texas-based forged metal components maker MW Crow Inc without elaborating on financial specifics.
The researchers found that the birds would crow roughly 24 hours (actually 23.8 hours) apart, which led them to conclude that there was an internal clock at work-meaning with or without the light, the birds would crow at regular intervals.
e four horses were dressed in blue and white plumage, the colours of Mr Crow's beloved Millwall Football Club.
With the death of Crow and Benn, although he was from a wealthy family, it was a hard week for the left in Britain.
The hooded crow watched in Blackrock Park in Dublin as the mother of the newlyborn ducklings travelled from the pond to a grass verge.
Crow season closes briefly from April 10 until July 2, giving the carrion eaters time to breed and fledge their young.
Scheduled presenters include Winfield Coleman, author of many subjects on the Cheyenne, Allen Chronister, a frequent contributor of articles to Whispering Wind Magazine, Tim MeCleary, Ph.D., Professor at the Little Big Horn College at Crow Agency, Montana, Col.
The bird was too young to fly so the crow picked it up in its beak and moved it to the gutter after a narrow miss with a passing car.
Twain's crow is the villain of the cornfield, the horror of Hollywood movies, the coyote of the bird world, a lowly scavenger, and a nuisance.
Kate Wilson wants to create 'Reading experiences that are exciting.' Nosy Crow wants to create story that is less formal, more personal and able to react quickly to changing ways young people read and interact with story.
Among those paying their respects was Mr Crow's heart-broken mother, Yana Crow, who flew from her home in Spain after the tragedy.