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having a hardened crust as a covering

brusque and surly and forbidding

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Those who like to be seen at the cutting edge of new music mingled with festival crusties, wrinkly rockers and indie kids who sang every word of warm-up single I Predict A Riot.
ONCE the reserve of crusties and hippies, hammocks are becoming the fashionable garden accessory.
To keep the leftovers fresh and to keep "crusties" from forming inside, store it properly by wiping the bucket sides and lid clean with a sponge.
Hill's moments of willed exultation, identifying with ancient crusties and crazies like Augustine, Milton and Blake ("in old age reaffirming the hierarchies"), sink into bitter insomniac ruminations ("too much is owed, impossible to repay"), and the unappeasable past ("Memoria, the loan-shark") doses in again.
Rather than just 'trendy crusties' becoming involved in immediate action, the wider social spectrum, disillusioned with the apparent inaccessibility of the House of Commons, are realising that their immediate action appears to have immediate results.
In an article for country crusties' magazine, The Field, Mad Max blasts Scots for being a bitter nation, wallowing in self-pity.
After they hatch, the tiny crusties stay stuck to Mom's tail until they're old enough to swim off on their own.
On paper, a quartet of crusties playing pop-folk on double bass, mandolin and didgeridoo doesn't exactly scream platinum record or sell out world tour.
The way the authorities splurged money on a ridiculous undercover operation, you would think Britain is on the brink of being taken over by lentil-munching crusties. As Channel 4's excellent Confessions Of An Undercover Cop explained on Monday night, Mr Kennedy spent seven years - and who knows how much of our cash - infiltrating various environmental protest groups.
CD CHOICE FRANK TURNER: ENGLAND KEEP MY BONES Hailed as the Next Big Thing, Frank's trading in what the crusties called folk punk in the 90s.
The crusties' leader, Noah Burton, the self-confessed "Bin Laden of Meriden," reputedly paid pounds 100,000 to buy the land.
Having seen Joel in action with the Crusties, sub-editing sounds like a cushy number.
Items include French schnitzel with mushrooms and wine, savory kebab, golden crusties, vegetable croquettes, tangy franks, tenderburgers and crispy schnitzel.