from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A Native American people formerly inhabiting an area of the northern Great Plains between the Platte and Yellowstone rivers, now located in southeast Montana. The Crow became nomadic buffalo hunters after migrating west from the Missouri River in North Dakota in the 18th century.
- n. A member of this people.
- n. The Siouan language of the Crow.
- n. See Corvus.
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- proper n. A Native American tribe.
- proper n. The Siouan language of this tribe.
- proper n. A surname.
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The term Crow Jane shows up in dozens of blues songs referring to dark women.
Everybody was so stressed about the test that even the class cutupsDillon, the Yurtmeister, and Billy T.couldnt manage their favorite imitation of what they called the Crow Brow Bounce.
Recalling both the magical imagination of Richard Adamss Watership Down and the spiritual richness of Anita Diamants The Red Tent, Song of the Crow is a soaring debut.
A cross between the Magical Realism of Garcia Marquez, Ted Hughes, and Roger Tory Petersen, Song of the Crow is an astounding first novel.
Crow is able to break down the wall that Jenna has built around her emotions, and she surprises herself by telling him things she hasn't told anyone else.
In his first two starts this season, Crow is 2-0 with 11 shutout innings for the American Association Fort Worth Cats.
Crow is on the road promoting the CD "100 Miles From Memphis," a tribute to the soul stylings of '60s and' 70s pop.
The director revealed that The Crow is moving towards a greenlight from Relativity Media, the studio developing the flick.
Well, seven albums and nine Grammys later, Crow is back with her new album, "100 Miles From Memphis."
Beyond her musical career, Sheryl Crow is also a mother, a political activist and an environmentalist.