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Crewe

/kruː/
noun
1.
a town in NW England, in Cheshire: major railway junction. Pop: 67 683 (2001)
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  • And scarcely had I answered, when there was a general shout of "crewe, crewe!"

  • crewe suffered from rheumatism, and when he felt it coming on he stayed at home.

    Auld Licht Idylls

    J. M. Barrie
  • His moanings to Mrs. crewe over the degeneracy of the age also tell their tale.

    William Pitt and the Great War John Holland Rose
  • "Swell" crewe, whose boast it was that he had a suit for every day in the year.

    Jack O' Judgment Edgar Wallace
  • "I'm going across to see her," he said, and crewe made a grimace.

    Jack O' Judgment Edgar Wallace
  • "And that somebody is not going to be me," said crewe quietly.

    Jack O' Judgment Edgar Wallace
  • Not once did he pause or refer to a catalogue, and he was still writing when crewe came in.

    Jack O' Judgment Edgar Wallace
  • "I've sent two men down there—the best men in London," replied crewe.

    Jack O' Judgment Edgar Wallace
  • I wouldn't bank too much upon the police passing you by, if I were you, crewe.

    Jack O' Judgment Edgar Wallace
  • Now I can't send anybody else to Yorkshire—crewe is impossible.

    Jack O' Judgment Edgar Wallace

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