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But Albina attracts all measure of salacious and dangerous characters, too, and soon she and Crabby must flee from the most vicious of these -- into a town that death has forgotten, guarded by killer bees, and accompanied by a hatmaker who tucks thoughts of suicide away for the duo's sake.
Several years prior to course implementation, both faculty members had worked independently with the vCRP and with dedicated undergraduate students conducting research on Crabby Creek, a major tributary to valley Creek.
Such an immense discharge of duty and performance had the usually crabby and grumbling Stuart Barnes lost for words (no bad thing) as the New Zealand world champions dropped the ball, passed to the opposition and generally looked totally inferior to a rampant England.
He is dancing around a romance with Holly, who used to go out with one of his bandmates, but she is keeping him at arm's length, which makes him crabby.
Portraying one year in the life of the titular musician, still touring and toiling at an advanced age, Jonathan Furmanski's documentary perhaps unintentionally becomes largely about the grind of traveling to play for mostly small audiences when you're old, tired and crabby.
Craig Boddington replies: "Times change and so do tastes, but some of us are just too old and crabby to change.
THE poem about old age, Crabby Old Woman, that I used last week, always causes a reaction.
Coca-Cola's chief scientist, a crabby Joan Rivers minus the jokes, claimed-surprisingly weakly-that fizzy drinks are not cigarettes.
Rather than belt out pop tunes for a panel of crabby judges, the show's contestants, ages 18 to 27, debate religious topics and recite passages from the Koran.
I've written about Todd's Dirt before, the original Todd's Dirt and Todd's Crabby Dirt, both excellent rubs for a variety of applications.
The crabby left-hander is not easy on the eye, but he has been Australia's most consistent batsman over the last year, averaging 59.
I'm really crabby when I'm uncomfortable or I get some sand in my shorts," The Daily Express quoted him as saying.
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The Wake Up Crabby is made with shrimp and crab and tastes a bit like shrimp cocktail.
A CRABBY Arsene Wenger this week decreed that winning the Carling Cup would be less of an achievement than reaching the last eight or four of the Champions League, but I think he's missing one or two points.