CRASS


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CRASSCreative Recording and Sound Services (est. 1997; English punk band; UK)
CRASSCheese Racing Association
CRASSCorrelation Reduction Analysis Subsystem
CRASSContingency Response Air Support Schedule (US Air Force)
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Shadow Foreign Secretary Emily Thornberry said: "For Boris Johnson to treat those deaths as a joke is unbelievably crass, callous and cruel.
It was particularly crass to reference Trump on the day the loathsome president attacked London mayor Sadiq Khan as he grieved for his city after the terrorist attack.
In so doing, he conveys some of the anarchist/pacifist philosophy which fed into Crass, and subsequently much of the rest of the anarcho-punk sub-genre.
British writing couple Sean and Beverly Lincoln, (played by Stephen Mangan and Tamsin Grieg) have seen their UK sitcom transformed into a crass US comedy starring Matt LeBlanc.
They were) crass and thoughtless of me in the extreme.
Sydney, Aug 27 ( ANI ): Former Australian leg-spinner Shane Warne has criticised England players for their urinating antics and called the behaviour crass and arrogant.
As was obvious by his well-researched responses, not-reallyshocked Phil Schofield knew exactly how offensive crass Katie was going to be.
And executive Claude Littner, 57, describes Ricky's statement as "probably the most crass, obnoxious and infantile personal statement that I've had the opportunity of reading.
CRASS John The day you left me stands out clear, it'shard to imagine you're no longer here.
In Crass Struggle, McGill University economics professor R.
John Burkhalter, Catherine Crass, Kathy Alexander and David Snowden Jr.