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croak

1. in. to die; to expire; to succumb. The parrot croaked before I got it home.
2. tv. to kill someone or something. The car croaked the cat just like that.
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She escapes, and when the weather again turns sour, the king at long last leaves the palace, the evil Croak in tow.
If we are focusing on it, then there is no point of even going as we will not perform at our best," Croak added.
The 47-year-old said: "We started making plans [in case] I croak between Friday night and Saturday morning, how I don't want the kids seeing my body and such?
Everyone's favorite teenage grim reaper, Lex Bartleby, is back in the follow-up to Croak (Graphia, 2012/VOYA December 2011).
The talk will be based around Peter's time at Camp Shatila in Beirut, when he created a children's drama group at the Shatila school, and adapted one of his own fables, Croak The King & a Change in the Weather, into a 30-minute theatre piece, incorporating dance, music, and mime.
Inventor Robert Croak has already seen his company's annual sales rocket from a few thousand pounds to 66million pounds.
In each bowl of soup floated a frog doing the backstroke, with smiles on their faces singing croak croak croak.
Set up by the Centre for Biological Diversity, the site offers everything from the croak of a poison arrow dart frog to the howl of a Mexican grey wolf and the bellows of an Arctic beluga whale.
I just wanted to get some other tricks under my belt before I croak.
Croak says of her voluntary position, in which she does everything from encouraging exercise and stress reduction to passing out toothbrushes at the Halloween spaghetti supper: "I feel it's a calling, a vocation.
Muppets(TM) Party Cruise is available for the PlayStation(R)2 computer entertainment system and Spy Muppets(TM): License to Croak is available for the Game Boy(R) Advance handheld system.
Croak is a town populated only by reapers, and Lex finally begins to feel like she fits in somewhere.
Croak, The King and a Change in the Weather, Saville Exchange, North Shields.
It's no croak MORE than 50 police officers in the border city of Nogales, Mexico, were disciplined after one of them repeatedly croaked like a frog and barked like a dog over their patrol radios.
If I croak before that, he still has to pay me," Lewis said of the Orleans' owner.