from The Century Dictionary.
- noun The men engaged in operating a wrecking-car or a vessel employed in wrecking-work.
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The Democrats won\'t impeach, so, for CheneyBush, it\'s full steam ahead with their wrecking-crew policies and foreign adventurism.
The grate tackled by the doughty challenger last night was one of the fine-tooth comb variety (the "Non-Sifto" No. 114863), in which the clinker is caught by a patent clutch and held securely until the wrecking-crew arrives.
Then the wrecking-crew laughed; and the farmer put his head out of a window and said that Evans was no gentleman.
The wrecking-crew were climbing carelessly from the caboose to the tender -- even jesting with the engineer, for he heard a shuffling of feet among the coal, and the snatch of a song, something like this:
Despite the protests, despite polls that showed broad opposition to the governor's agenda, Walker's legislative allies continued to advance their wrecking-crew agenda.
And Bray's one-man wrecking-crew performance left his coach at a loss for any new words to describe his Princeton-bound star.
Posner et al ran a wrecking-crew that chimped Adam Smith’ regurgitate about “hidden hands” that supposedly deliver inevitatble economic progress, while financial resources were bubble-wrapped until theseburst.