Still, as crouch is the first to say, this is a life story full of gaps.
There was barely room to crouch, let alone lie down and sleep.
Malheiro says that whoever claimed crouch confirmed the cases of Krokodil “got her statements wrong.”
It seems likely to me that these witnesses entrusted crouch with confidences that they might have withheld from other writers.
Kansas City Lightning reaches its considerable height whenever crouch applies himself to such questions.
The madman darted forward in a crouch to retrieve his dagger, and as he did so Simon kicked him in the chin.
The birds, the insects even, all life seemed to crouch, hushed and expectant.
With a movement smooth enough not to look rushed I swung into a crouch.
Wherever he had elected to crouch and tremble, it was too hazardous to go near him.
She made him crouch down in the thicket twenty yards from the fence, but she herself crept forward.