crude

All Adjective Noun
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  • The crude death rate represents the total number of deaths per year per thousand people.
  • They considered nature as crude and lacking in design when compared to art.
  • It is expected to ship to of crude oil each day.
  • The crudest kind, however, appears to act as well as the best. Cited from Hygienic Physiology, by Joel Dorman Steele
  • Each magazine strove to show just a little bit more than the other, without getting too crude.
  • There are two main commercial sources: crude oil and natural gas.
  • He and his sons built a crude log cabin, near a large spring of water.
  • It gave Union access to a large volume of crude oil.
  • In early phase his paintings often revealed reality in its crudest form.
  • He had drawn several crude illustrations to help him break down the flow of scenes.
  • All were crude by today's standards but were revolutionary for their time.
  • And I find among men the very crudest ideas of government or of democracy. Cited from The Life and Letters of Walter H. Page, Volume I, by Burton J. Hendrick
  • It also features a crude theme song and more prominent background "music."
  • The crude Spanish is used so that English-speaking viewers would still understand what was being said.
  • New Mexico is the third leading crude oil and natural gas producer in the United States.
  • Most transit traffic uses these and half the cargo is crude oil and oil products.
  • This makes the organization much more difficult to combat through crude repression.
  • Society, the crudest organization on earth, laughed to itself about him. Cited from April's Lady, by Margaret Wolfe Hungerford
  • In order to run a profitable operation, the price of crude oil would need to remain above these levels.
  • In those early days all the arrangements were of the crudest character. Cited from Autobiography of Andrew Carnegie, by Andrew Carnegie
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