croc


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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 was selected not only because of its depth of knowledge and technical ability but also because of its transparency and commitment to customer value.
The crocs have been companions for more than 20 years and Queen Croc is more than 80 years old.
One of the world's largest reptiles, King Croc and Queen Croc are the newest addition to the mall's aquarium and have been flown in from Queensland, Australia.
The croc dragged Mr Kerr from his tent at 4am as he slept alongside his wife Diane and three-month-old son Kelly.
In one recent show, a lightning-fast, 12-foot croc leapt out of the water and took a very big bite out of some very expensive equipment.
The original Croc featured the exploits of the one-toothed Croc in the magic land of the Gobbos where there was a series of challenges to overcome.
At age 80, Queen Croc had a decreasing success rate of reproduction on the crocodile farm in Australia, where she has been the companion of King Croc for more than 20 years.
The birth of Crocs began in May of 2002, when three friends from Boulder, Colorado went sailing in the Caribbean.
Croc 2 includes seven new characters including the ferocious Cannon Boat Keith and the sultry Soveena the squid.
Few brands generate as much passion and discussion as Crocs does.
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.
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