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Synonyms for crunch

chomp

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critical point

Synonyms for crunch

to bite and grind with the teeth

to rub together noisily

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Synonyms for crunch

the sound of something crunching

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a critical situation that arises because of a shortage (as a shortage of time or money or resources)

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make a crushing noise

press or grind with a crushing noise

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chew noisily

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reduce to small pieces or particles by pounding or abrading

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Members have the option to participate in Crunch's CAMP CRUNCH program which includes signature small group training, personal training and nutrition programs for all fitness levels.
We've gone from trying to escape the credit crunch by hiding in specially-prepared cellars, which was a bad idea as given the state of the property market we'll never be able to shift them, to a kind of faux Blitz spirit, make-do-and-mend acceptance of it.
BASIC CRUNCH Lie on the floor with your knees bent, feet flat and apart about the width of your hips.
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When we discover the guilty one, Fredericks offers a real zinger, which perhaps will help her readers put crunch time into the proper perspective.
My unit may slow down when it hits resistance, but it will continue to crunch material," adds Laible, who attributes this to its two-cylinder design (vs.
Some variations on the crunch were less effective than others.
This substantial sweet snack comes in four fabulous varieties: Creamed rice and strawberry crunch or tropical fruit crunch, custard and cocoa puffed rice and custard and honey oat crunch.
Despite the global economic crisis and the credit crunch, the fundamentals of the U.
An ongoing credit crunch in the United States, defined in the survey as an inability or unwillingness to make loans to qualified borrowers at reasonable prices and terms, was acknowledged by 38% of those polled.
The results were predictable: the collapse of major banks; the S&L debacle; gigantic trade imbalances with Japan and Germany; excessive national deficits; and the current liquidity crunch.
In the hope of providing some perspective on these problems, I will begin by attempting to define what is commonly called the "credit crunch.
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