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crip

 (krĭp)
n.
1. Offensive Slang Used as a disparaging term for a person or animal that is partially disabled or unable to use a limb or limbs.
2. Slang Something that is easily accomplished, especially an undemanding academic course.

[Short for cripple.]
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Putting paid to decades ofconspiracy theoriesthat suggest Tupac is still alive, Kading said he believes that the South Compton Crip rival gang member was the man behind the hit.
"For God so loved the world, that he gave us a good Crip, the late great neighborhood Nip.
The CEO of Walker Crips Investment Management, Mark Rushton, has quit the firm.
20 in the United States) to share to his 28 million-strong fans a video clip of him crip walking around his star, wearing a pair of polished wingtips.
With brand expansion in tech, clothing, home decor, furs and spirits, crime will no longer be the operational currency of Bloods and Crips.
He had drinks with the leader of the Crips, giving him the chance to explain Trylife and its aims and ambitions, before he was then passed to the leaders of the other gangs.
The Tongan Crip Gang, also known as TCG, are a Tongan-American subset of the Crips street gang based out of south Los Angeles.
Covey sheds light on Crip and Blood street gangs, which more than any others have shaped the perception of what street gangs are like throughout the world.
UK-based financial services group Walker Crips Group plc has purchased 100% of the membership interests in BPAM from the members, the company said on Monday.
INTEGRATED Investment and Wealth Management group Walker Crips has added to its Stockbroking division with the appointment of Neal Stevens, Investment Manager, to its Birmingham office.
Taggers have spray-painted the numbers "5100" and "River Side Crips" on several areas of the home, along with other pictures and words.