creps


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creps

(krɛps)
pl n
(Clothing & Fashion) an informal name for training shoes
[of uncertain origin]
References in classic literature ?
It looks foolish enough NOW, in the daytime; but I says to myself, there's my two poor boys asleep, 'way up stairs in that lonesome room, and I declare to goodness I was that uneasy 't I crep' up there and locked 'em in!
When I come in to light your fire this mornin' I crep' up to your bed an' pulled th' cover back careful to look at you.
Prosecutor Brian Altman QC said: "This conversation was not to do with the sourcing of a pair of trainers but the sourcing of a firearm, with 'creps' being their code word of choice for a gun."
Prosecutor Brian Altman QC said: "While 'creps' might be a reference to trainers, 'Huaraches' are a Nike trainer.
"Thanks to the loyalty of our customers, employees and partners, including Goss Intl., we plan to be back in full production in the fall--in time for the busiest retail insert printing season," Creps said in a statement.
The Bruins (31-13, 7-6 Pac-10) led 1-0 when they scored four times in the fourth inning, three on Creps' key hit, and added three more in the fifth.
Creps himself won't make such claims, but Burley has been a stable and growing company ever since he joined.
He is helped atop the scaffold by Bruce Creps. The cemetery is on the UO campus.