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Crew - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (217 words)
A crew comprises a body or a class of people who work at a common activity, generally in a structured or hierarchical organization.
Members of a crew are often referred to by the title "Crewman" and as well as "Crewmember".
The word "crew" may also refer to a stage crew, which are the stage hands at such events as plays or any type of show related to a theater or theatrical production.
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Canon Crewe's scholarship and wisdom were valued highly by those charged with the administration of the see, Bishop Waterman said and his guidance and advice was likewise highly valued by the archdeacon and clergy of this Cape Breton Deanery with which he was associated for such a long period.
Canon Crewe had great faith and devotion, the speaker said and everything he did was motivated by the faith that he gained in devout and frequent prayer and to this could be traced the confident and bouyant nature which was ever the outstanding characteristic of this churchman.
Testifying to the place earned by Canon Crewe in the affections of those with whom he worked in the hospitals, where he was a regular visitor, was an honour guard of student nurses from the General Hospital which lined the route of the funeral in front of the hospital.
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