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Number two is that immigration constraints have put a crimp on access to labor.
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Whether or not Black Hood's unexpected appearance at that meeting had put a crimp in those plans, he did not know.
HOODED DETECTIVE, VOLUME III NO. 2, JANUARY, 1942VARIOUS
On this particular summer afternoon Cove City was less out of crimp than usual.
MR. OPPALICE HEGAN RICE
Ruth was always keyed up about something—delighted, and Cy was always "putting a crimp" in things.
FIDELITYSUSAN GLASPELL
Some of the men thought we ought to be vindictive and take every opportunity to put a crimp in the business for the owners.
THE IRON PUDDLERJAMES J. DAVIS
They say he give a screech that'd put a crimp in the devil himself, and went galloping off, jumping about twenty feet at a lick.
THE HAPPY FAMILYBERTHA MUZZY BOWER
A crimp is one who brings recruits to the army or sailors to ships by false inducements.
FRANKLIN'S AUTOBIOGRAPHYBENJAMIN FRANKLIN
A crimping-iron, will crimp ruffles beautifully, with very little time or trouble.
A TREATISE ON DOMESTIC ECONOMYCATHERINE ESTHER BEECHER
And when that hour came, he would take a crimp out of this calm-eyed woman, or the heavens themselves would fall!
THE SHADOWARTHUR STRINGER
It wasn't argument—but just the same it somehow put a crimp in Swinburne!
ROUGH-HEWNDOROTHY CANFIELD
SYNONYM OF THE DAY
OCTOBER 26, 1985
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