crudy


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crudy

(ˈkruːdɪ)
adj, crudier or crudiest
obsolete (in the works of Shakespeare) crude or raw
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Johann Wilhelm Crudy (1753-1810) (Britton & Millspaugh, 1920; Solereder, 1912) made collections in the Bahamas sometime prior to 1810; his specimens are in herbaria BM, GH.
15am everyone will walk the 3 1/2 miles to Aberdaron past the New Church and Crudy Werin school.
Cappings beeswax is the ultimate expression coming from the flowers of the Great Mother, verses the crudy, brackish substance oozing from the tail pipe of the oil refineries.