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  • But Mr. Domino's crab-like pace hasn't dimmed his passion for music, New Orleans and rock fashion.

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  • My hands are unnecessarily pinched together forming crab-like claw shapes.

    The Garden Heaters Of Kilburn

  • Up until the late 1960's, the way you went over the bar varied, from a straddle to a scissors, and eventually, a crab-like roll, but that was it, and the reason was simple.

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  • The Polity lives in relative peace, but now the Prador, a species of huge crab-like creatures with technology equal to that of the Polity is discovered.

    Prador Moon by Neal Asher

  • Up until the late 1960's, the way you went over the bar varied, from a straddle to a scissors, and eventually, a crab-like roll, but that was it, and the reason was simple.

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  • I once grabbed a crab-like creature on the bottom in about twenty feet of water -- alas, it got away -- that to this day I am convinced was a trilobite.

    Slurp Gun

  • Apart from certain crab-like manouevres required to go from room to room upstairs, living here means adopting a very ergonomically-led lifestyle.

    Kitchen Confidential

  • “The parasites have a voracious, rabid, bounding nature, but they also have a crab-like crawl,” Reeves explains.

    OMG ‘CLOVERFIELD’ SPOILERS!! :-0

  • I crawled, crab-like, into an alleyway; then with others I got up and ran again, stopped, breathing heavily, in a doorway.

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  • Soon, we are told, our bloodstream will be teeming with “crab-like” microrobots gouging their way through arterial blockages.

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