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The crop of a bird or insect.
- ‘Life, when it landed here, arrived only through powerful stamina or spectacular accident: a fern's spore drifting on the trade wind, a seed in the craw of a bird, the bird itself.’
Late Middle English: from or related to Middle Dutch crāghe or Middle Low German krage neck, throat.
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