The seed came from the craw of a wild swan that they had shot.
Something stuck in his craw, and he couldn't figure out what it was.
Colonel Craw sent me a letter to this effect, which I treated as it deserved.
"He ain't got the sand in his craw to make a killing," said one of the listeners.
"Just the same, he's got something in his craw," replied the sheriff.
Fill the craw of the fowl, &c.; but do not cram it so as to disfigure its shape.
It was pumping up the food from its craw, in the same way that a pigeon does.
His boots will be tight; his bag as heavy as his spirits; his head as empty as his craw.
He's a little off his cabazza, and them green whiskers stuck in his craw.
Let him have it brought in, killed, and the craw taken out and cut open.