The politics of engineering do not get any cruder than that.
And cruder devices certainly deepen the effect of a name; Caliban is a rough anagram of “cannibal,” and Cassio contains an “ass.”
The cruder forms of the a priori view have been made quite untenable by the modern mathematical discoveries.
This cruder belief is more familiar in the folklore of Europe than the other.
Many golfers are acquainted with this test, and employ it in a cruder and less decisive form by floating the ball in water.
Had someone of cruder mold undertaken to discover her secret?
But this control may lose its cruder aspect and may be waged in the realm of motive.
They were of a cheaper, a slightly more sensual and cruder, grade.
This theory, as developed by Marx, not in its cruder forms, is one of the cardinal principles in Socialist economic theory.
In the cruder form used in democracies there were two or more candidates.
late 14c., "in a raw state," from Latin crudus "rough; not cooked, raw, bloody," from PIE *krue-do-, from PIE *kreue- (1) "raw flesh" (see raw). Meaning "lacking grace" is first attested 1640s. Related: Crudely; crudeness. Crude oil is from 1865.