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  • and his sister became the only survivors of the prehistoric Deluge by crouching in a gourd that floated on water. The two got married afterwards, and
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  • Crossfield Crossland Crossley Crosslin Crosson Crosswell Crosswhite Crouch Croucher Crow Crowe Crowell Crown Crowther Croxton Cruise Crumbley Crume Crumley
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  • cubil m. lair. cubrir to cover. cucaracha woodlouse. cuclillas; en —— crouching. cucurbitáceo (like a) gourd, cucumber, pumpkin, etc. cuello neck. cuenca
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  • sections the first section of the dance was the entry where the men are crouched and moving in a circle around the dance area; the dancers then sat as their
    142 KB (23,190 words) - 11:31, 21 May 2016
  • better being repetitive, but being precise and making a good argument. Crouch (1977) argues that … Daniels (2004) sees the problem as resulting from …
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  • cubil m. lair. cubrir to cover. cucaracha woodlouse. cuclillas; en —— crouching. cucurbitáceo (like a) gourd, cucumber, pumpkin, etc. cuello neck. cuenca
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  • social advocates including but not limited to Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Alice Paul, Ida Wells Barnett, Betty Friedan, and sociological theorists including but
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  • yourself up with your hands on the floor and move your buttocks down in a crouch and back up in the air. The head goes up to the sky and down to the earth
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  • sections the first section of the dance was the entry where the men are crouched and moving in a circle around the dance area; the dancers then sat as their
    540 bytes (139,577 words) - 16:35, 27 December 2013
  • cubil m. lair. cubrir to cover. cucaracha woodlouse. cuclillas; en —— crouching. cucurbitáceo (like a) gourd, cucumber, pumpkin, etc. cuello neck. cuenca
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