crawl with

crawl with (someone or something)

To be filled or covered with people or things in motion. Ugh, the mall is crawling with teenagers tonight—let's get out of here.
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crawl with

v.
To be swarming or covered with moving things: The accident scene was crawling with police officers.
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Is it possible that a crawl with an aversive appeal will make a viewer averse to the commercial, brand, or product?
We're thrilled that Sage Gateshead is supporting Culture Crawl with popup performance along the route and that The Biscuit Factory and Newcastle Castle are staying open late to welcome our walkers into their venues.
We're thrilled Sage Gateshead is supporting Culture Crawl with popup performance along the route and The Biscuit Factory and Newcastle Castle are staying open late to welcome our walkers into their venues.
THE VERDICT In Shaun of the Dead they tackled zombies, in Hot Fuzz they took on small-town police and mobsters but for their latest dose of laddish camaraderie Pegg, Frost and director Edgar Wright take on their biggest challenge - a pub crawl with the end of the world at stake.
Onlookers screamed in horror as the 25-year-old England ace bounced off the windscreen of the doubledecker while on a mammoth pub crawl with team-mates.
Hypothesis: There are significant differences in terms of cervical-brachial muscle activity of the right shoulder during the performance of crawling and swimming to crawl with and without tube in healthy subjects.
Molly Nicholson was another multi-event winner in the girls' Under 10s, while Cathryn Powell made a splash in the Ladies Plunge and Ladies Championship and Chantelle Samuels took the honours in the 8 and 9 years breaststroke and back crawl with two awards.