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Elsewhere, crude and Bitcoin continue to soar, and GameStop is up 10% in pre-market trading.

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Light crude from Texas contains hydrocarbons with chains between five and 12 carbon atoms long.

Europe’s energy stocks and crude prices continues to gain, as does Bitcoin.

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In 2007 Vin de Silva and Robert Ghrist showed how to use homology to detect holes in the sensors’ coverage, based on just this crude information.

While teleportation is a solution, it is a crude one, and brings players out of the experience, reminding them that they are not physically present within the game world.

Total oil production figures include crude oil, natural gas liquids, and other liquid energy products.

Originally conceived by author Clarence E. Mulford in 1904, Hopalong was crude, rough-talking, and dangerous.

Those higher construction costs will mean higher costs for companies who want to use the pipeline to ship their crude to market.

Three kids play cricket among the crude gravestones in a cemetery that is the largest in the province.

The condensate is then supposed to be routed into the pipeline system that delivers the crude to the nearby refinery.

This takes at first the crude device of a couple of vertical lines attached to the head (see Fig. 4).

They had swung back a hundred centuries towards original crude life.

This was a crude arrangement and often proved more of a hindrance than of a help to the player.

In the center of the spot was a crude sign, projected in black lines upon the wall.

Let us suppose that any one who denied the old crude errors of astrology was persecuted as a heretic.

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On this page you'll find 176 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to crude, such as: boorish, cheap, clumsy, coarse, crass, and indecent.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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