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Things crew often describes (“crew ________”)
members, size, cut, leaders, list, member, chief, training, chiefs, lists, cuts, costs, quarters, management, accommodation, scheduling, sizes, performance, coordination, wages, factors, requirements, complement, morale, case, space, 1970s, pram, pilot, cost, selection, accommodations, assignments, weight, organization, fatigue, reports, leader, spaces, bosses, cards, safety, positions, duties, cast, comfort, composition, sites, levick, balance, bases, supervisors, personnel, neck, numbers, one, rest, productivity, 1960s, agreements, losses, efficiency, procedures, brief, call, boys, compartment, salaries, stations, shares, races, boats, no., report, lyrics, meetings, turnover, agreement, membership, opt, foremen, pairing, overtime

Descriptive words:
whole, entire, man, motley, own, small, full, american, original, british, german, regular, cleaning, mutinous, gallant, shipwrecked, french, english, trained, technical, chinese, native, brave, experienced, mixed, person, japanese, picked, merry, gun, spanish, smaller, submarine, sound, numerous, fresh, unfortunate, happy, usual, wild, strange, russian, mortar, noisy, inexperienced, wretched, weary, permanent, rebellious, italian, armed, jolly, dead, drunken, ragged, looking, dutch, member, video, minimum, tired, naval, loyal, savage, jovial

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See crew used in context: 100+ rhymes, 10 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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