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CRAWDADCommunity Resource for Archiving Wireless Data at Dartmouth (Dartmouth College; Hanover, NH)
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Charlie started the fire and a pot of water on that and then the crawdads into the hot crackle of it, where they clicked about for a while and died and turned a pretty shade of red.
Few places get the crawfish experience as right as the Crawdad Hole.
As with the spider, crawdad, and snake, misinformation spreads unnecessary fear.
Each data set was analyzed in Crawdad Text Analysis software creating a CRA Network for each job listing.
Usually known as a crawfish, crawdad, ecrevisse, mud bug, it is highly prized.
Crayfish, otherwise known as crawdad, crawfish, and freshwater lobster, are freshwater crustaceans that are smaller than its marine relative, the lobster, but they are structurally similar.
If garlic is not for you, try the Monterey Squid Festival, with its famous squid fajitas and squid jewelry contest; the Tracy Dry Bean Festival, featuring a "magical fruit" bean display and museum; the Angel's Camp Zucchini Festival, which awards a prize to the smallest zucchini grown; the Isleton Crawdad Festival, complete with crawdad races and a crawdad pancake breakfast; the Vacaville Onion Festival, with its raw onion--eating contest; the Santa Cruz Brussels Sprout Festival, where brussels sprout water taffy and ice cream are served; the Guerneville Slug Fest, whose annual Slug-Off tasting has featured Slug Garlic Bread, Slughetti, and Upslime-Down Cake; or Willow Creek's Peach Luau and Annual Ricksha Race.
Now, if you guessed crayfish--sometimes called "crawfish" or "crawdad"--you're right!
Pregnant Bears and Crawdad Eyes: Excursions and Encounters in Animal Worlds, by Paul Schullery.
Tubes and jigs in brown, brown-purple, and crawdad patterns work well because the crawfish population is so strong.