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Crab, 1) crawfish: Hml. II, 2, 206.
2) wild apple: Tp. II, 2, 171. LLL IV, 2, 6. V, 2, 935. Mids. II, 1, 48. “you must not look so sour. It is my fashion, when I see a c.” Shr. II, 230. “she's as like this as a c. is like an apple; . . . she will taste as like this as a c. does to a c.” Lr. I, 5, 16. 18 (the crab being the emblem of a morose person; cf. Crabbed).
3) name of a dog: Gentl. II, 3, 5. Gentl. II, 3, 5 IV, 4, 26.
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