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croc

 (krŏk)
n. Informal
1. A crocodile.
2. Leather made from crocodile skin.

croc

(krɒk)
n
short for crocodile1, crocodile2, crocodile3

croc

(krɒk)

n.
crocodile.
[1880–85; by shortening]
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Croc Martens would come in handy because not only would you be wearing a combination of two popular brands but the holes in the crocs would give your feet ventilation.
Dubai -- Dubai Aquarium and Underwater Zoo at The Dubai Mall has welcomed baby crocs born to King Croc and Queen Croc.
The crocs have been companions for more than 20 years and Queen Croc is more than 80 years old.
The surprise isn't that Crocs are going out of fashion but that they were ever in fashion in the first place.
You think about Crocs, you think about colorful clogs in 5,000 colors," McCarvel says.
Catering especially to those who spend a considerable amount of time on their feet, Crocs Work shoes bring flexibility, durability and supreme comfort to tired feet, said a statement.
As with many successful new products, Crocs attracted competitors producing and selling similar footwear at lower prices.
Still, they all offer the Crocs signature benefits as they are constructed with Crocs' proprietary Croslitetm material, a non-marking, microbial-static close-cell resin.
Crocs recently reported a 162% surge to pounds 111m in 2007 second quarter sales, with profits almost tripling to pounds 24m.
Crocs are already a favorite of nurses due to the comfort, safety and antimicrobial features that Crocs bring to the medical profession," said Anton Albrand, Director of Vertical Markets for Crocs, Inc.
3) Irwin bonds with a rather large snake, which he does when he's not wrestling crocs.