crawling

(from the article `nervous system`) The usual slow crawling movements of worms are mediated by a series of reflex arcs. During crawling, the contraction of muscles in one segment ...
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crawling

[adj] - moving or progressing very slowly or laboriously especially by or as if by dragging the body along close to the ground
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Crawling

• (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Crawl
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crawling

creep noun a slow mode of locomotion on hands and knees or dragging the body; `a crawl was all that the injured man could manage`; `the traffic moved at a creep`
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Crawling

[human] Crawling is a mode of locomotion involving the arms and legs. It is the first gait learned by most humans. ==When crawls are used== Crawling is used mainly: ==In infants== Infants sometimes `crawl` with their stomachs on the ground as early as 3 months, but this crawling is infrequent with the baby remaining stationary most of the t...
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crawling

stable but abnormal running of a synchronous or asynchronous machine at a speed near to a submultiple of the synchronous speed
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Crawling

The appearance of bees that are unable to fly; often found crawling on landing board or hive entrance. If noted repeatedly, possible causes are mite infestation (Acarapis woodi or Varroa jacobsoni) or poisoning.
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CRAWLING

Varnish defect in which poor adhesion of varnish to surface in some spots causes it to gather up in globs.
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Crawling

Varnish defect in which poor adhesion of varnish to surface in some spots causes it to gather up in
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CRAWLING

Varnish defect in which poor adhesion of varnish to surface in some spots causes it to gather up in globs.
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