The seizure of this particular spring sticks in the craw of Palestinian activists—see the “infographic.”
One image in the film also stuck in my craw: a shot of a little boy in the audience holding up his white stuffed unicorn.
But what really stuck in my craw was that Pope mindlessly repeated a spate of spurious claims about ethanol and Brazil.
Fill the craw of the fowl, &c.; but do not cram it so as to disfigure its shape.
Something stuck in his craw, and he couldn't figure out what it was.
The big word stuck in the craw of Buck Heath, who brought his thick eyebrows together.
The seed came from the craw of a wild swan that they had shot.
My mammy had more grit dan any gal I now knows of has in her craw.
"He ain't got the sand in his craw to make a killing," said one of the listeners.
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Old English *cræg "throat," a Germanic word (e.g. Middle Dutch craghe "neck, throat," Old High German chrago, German Kragen "collar, neck"), of obscure origin.