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AcronymDefinition
CRUSHCommittee for the Responsible Use of Silver in Health
CRUSHCrime Reduction Using Statistical History
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From here, Heart Attack and Vine is relentless in its action, as Crush travels all over trying to protect the woman he is bound to by duty and by his past.
com/news/Candy-Crush-Soda-Saga-the-sequel-to-Candy-Crush-Saga-got-soft-launched-on-Android_id57054) Phone Arena , the difference between "Candy Crush Saga" and "Candy Crush Soda Saga" lies in the title itself.
The difference between having a crush on someone and being in love with them is that having a crush is usually one-sided - you don't need input from the other person to have a crush on them.
When you're true to yourself, you may find your crush likes you for your own happy personality or kooky hairstyle.
The entire grape crush, including raisin and table grape varieties and those crushed for concentrate, reached 3,666,000 tons, or 5% more than in 2006.
If having a crush means never being late to class and doing all your homework, then, hey, there's even a plus side.
Purchases are necessary because Candy Crush is designed in such a way that players are blocked for a period of time after they complete different levels.
You should also give consideration to how many tonnes of rock a day you expect to crush in the machine, and whether or not there will be a second, or even a third step in the process before the rock reaches its final size.
Mika Boorem, left, Michelle Rodriguez, Kate Bosworth and Sanoe Lake share a home - and a love of surfing - in ``Blue Crush.
The crush for concentrate was 536,614 tons, or 16% of the 2001 crush total.