And if Facebook refuses, how can the government tell Google not to crawl its own stuff just because a competitor refuses to share?
Let us crawl your site, preferably at no cost, or go build your own search engine and stop complaining about what we do with ours.
We walked slowly, the occasional car slowing to a crawl as it passed us.
Her primary asset to the group was her size—she reportedly was small enough to crawl through dog doors to get inside the houses.
Social media is heavily censored, with Instagram blocked and access to various websites operating at a crawl.
Half animal, they are, and the feelers break loose and crawl by themselves.
"Well, I'll crawl gracefully out of it, to-morrow," said he.
crawl out of that nut, thou maggot,” answered Geoffrey, “and taste thy doom.
Into this opening you must crawl, holding a lamp in your mouth.
You may know the wicked, on the other hand, by their extreme shyness; they crawl out slowly and fearfully; they hang back.
c.1200, creulen, from a Scandinavian source, perhaps Old Norse krafla "to claw (one's way)," from the same root as crab (n.1). If there was an Old English *craflian, it has not been recorded. Related: Crawled; crawling.
1818, from crawl (v.); in the swimming sense from 1903, the stroke developed by Frederick Cavill, well-known English swimmer who emigrated to Australia and modified the standard stroke of the day after observing South Seas islanders. So called because the swimmer's motion in the water resembles crawling.