from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A crayfish or lobster.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. See crare.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Another form of crare.
- n. An elevation or structure extended into a stream to break the force of the water, or to prevent it from encroaching on the shore; a breakwater.
- n. A disease of hawks, proceeding from cold and a bad diet.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Anyway, I am here, loud and clear and in my best camouflage Snuggie not a joke to give you your dose of cray cray, your Millionaire Matchmaker live-blog.
Yes | No | Report from peter wrote 30 weeks 6 days ago drifting wrowms past eddys, trout magnet cray fish (not fished like it says put trhown upstream drifting it a little and reeling in upstream), and brown trout magnet jis drifted down stream and reeled in
All Answers from fisher111 wrote 29 weeks 3 days ago for me ol wooden musky plug hooks like a charm minnow 9/10 worms2/10 and cray fish10/10 0
Q: what is better liver, worms, cray fish, innows on catfish in partly staind water
The premise is back then there were few rules, so you could do all sort of cray things, but football became big business and was professionalized and all sorts of rules were enacted. theAmericanist says:
That's true, else fundamentalist churches would be growing like cray!
As far as Afghanistan goes, Cooper points out that we're in for a penny/in for a pound with Hamid Karzai, and he's going to probably say whatever cray-cray he wants, and we're just going to have to take it.
You really have to work a little hard, to whip up all that cray-cray, I guess!
We sort of think this new spot falls short of the cray-cray mark established by the "Demon Sheep" ad.
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