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Crow, subst. 1) the bird Corvus Cornix: Ven. 324. Lucr. 1009. Sonn. 70, 4. 113, 12. Phoen. 17 “(treble-dated c.).” Err. III, 1, 81. Ado I, 1, 133. Mids. II, 1, 97. III, 2, 142. Merch. V, 102. All's IV, 3, 319. Wint. III, 2, 192. IV, 4, 221. H5 II, 1, 91. IV, 2, 51. H6B IV, 10, 90. V, 2, 11. Troil. I, 2, 265. IV, 2, 9. Cor. III, 1, 139. IV, 5, 45. Rom. I, 2, 92. I, 5, 50. Caes. V, 1, 85. Mcb. III, 2, 50. Lr. IV, 6, 13. Cymb. I, 3, 15. III, 1, 83. III, 3, 12. V, 3, 93. Per. IV Prol. 32. The French cock called so in contempt: “at the crying of your nation's c.” John V, 2, 144. (cf. Night-crow). To pluck a c. together == to quarrel, to have a dispute about sth.: Err. III, 1, 83.
2) a bar of iron to force open doors: Err. III, 1, 80. Err. III, 1, 80 Rom. V, 2, 21.
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