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  • verb Present participle of crate.

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Examples

  • For example, what is wrong in crating a healthcare system where all, and I say “all” Americans can have a choice.

    Republicans don’t really want to work with Obama

  • He argues that the idea of crating a special purpose investment vehicle to raise money for future bailouts will have little impact because too few people will be willing to commit money.

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  • I know that "crating" a sow is a controversial subject but, in this case, it was essential in order to keep her in the correct position.

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  • I know that "crating" a sow is a controversial subject but, in this case, it was essential in order to keep her in the correct position.

    WalesOnline - Home

  • I know that "crating" a sow is a controversial subject but, in this case, it was essential in order to keep her in the correct position.

    WalesOnline - Home

  • I know that "crating" a sow is a controversial subject but, in this case, it was essential in order to keep her in the correct position.

    WalesOnline - Home

  • I know that "crating" a sow is a controversial subject but, in this case, it was essential in order to keep her in the correct position.

    WalesOnline - Home

  • "While the Mint got to pick, Bank of America picked up the tab, paying costs such as crating and shipping, an important consideration when museums, like all nonprofits, are strapped for cash.

    Crosscut

  • With a bustle of packing at her hillside mansion in Honolulu that called to mind the hurried crating of pesos, gold and jewels as she evacuated Malacanang Palace in 1986, Mrs. Marcos prepared to return home to face more than 60 criminal and civil cases based on the contention that she and her husband robbed the country of billions of dollars during his 20-year rule.

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  • A 250-pound sculpture, for instance, may need 1,200 pounds of crating material just to ship it safely.

    Daniel Grant: Moving? Take Care When Transporting Works of Art

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