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An organized group of firefighters under the leadership of a crew boss or other designated official. 
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the men and women who man a vehicle (ship, aircraft, etc.) serve as a crew member on gang: an organized group of workmen crowd: an informal body of friends; "he still hangs out with the s [..]
Source: google-dictionary.so8848.com

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refers to those involved in the technical production of a film who are not actual performers  
Source: filmsite.org

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A group of workers on a site or production, as distinguished from performers (cast). cross-talk:
Source: qsl.net

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The body of people who work on a ship. Traditional nautical usage normally separates officers from crew, though the two groups combine to form the "Ship's Company". Derived from the old [..]
Source: readyayeready.com

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the men and women who man a vehicle Several pilots and crew members would have to escape at once, while safety divers watched, ready to rescue anyone who became stuck. — New York Times (Feb 6, 2012)
Source: vocabulary.com

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mid-15c., "group of soldiers," from Middle French crue (Old French creue) "an increase, recruit, military reinforcement," from fem. past participle of creistre "grow," fr [..]
Source: etymonline.com

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To dream of seeing a crew getting ready to leave port, some unforseen[sic] circumstance will cause you to give up a journey from which you would have gained much. To see a crew working to save a ship in a storm, denotes disaster on land and sea. To the young, this dream bodes evil.   
Source: dreams-dictionary.org

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        The people who operate the ship.  And assist the passengers.
Source: 20thcenturyliners.com

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Grueling year-round sport. Has perhaps the most underrated athletes at Cornell. Who else could endure severe hand blisters or 5 a.m. runs down to the boathouse for two-hour practices in 30-degree weather. Pain is their life’s blood. That said, rowers are widely-considered to have the best bodies on campus.
Source: freshman.cornellsun.com

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the staff members of a film production
Source: www2.austincc.edu

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The personnel engaged on board ship, excluding the master and officers and the passengers on passenger ships.
Source: ports.co.za

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Includes every person (except the master or pilot) employed in any capacity on board any ship or aircraft.
Source: sars.gov.za

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All who participate in the handling of the boat; as in: The crew did a great job bringing the boat to the dock.
Source: schoolofsailing.net

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  We have the word "crew" from the old Norse "Acrue," meaning to gather; and from the same sources also the word "recruit."  
Source: quarterdeck.org

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Personnel, excluding the Master, who serve on board a vessel (also excludes the passengers on passenger ships). In some cases a differentiation between officers and ratings is made; but officers are & [..]
Source: caribbean-pirates.com

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 Any persons aboard a vessel whom are neither the skipper, nor passengers.
Source: apsltd.com

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One or more people that aid in the operation of a boat
Source: riggingandsails.com

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Personnel, excluding the Master, who serve on board a vessel (also excludes the passengers on passenger ships). In some cases a differentiation between officers and ratings is made; but officers are & [..]
Source: marinewaypoints.com

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The group of people responsible for maneuvering a boat
Source: morbihan-tourism.co.uk

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Depending on individual country requirements, in addition to their national passports where applicable, crew members may be required to show: General Declaration Form containing information on crew members based on flight details; and Crew Member Certificate or Crew Member Licence issued by the National Aviation Authority of a country, under the ag [..]
Source: iatatravelcentre.com

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The personnel engaged on board ship, excluding the master and officers and the passengers on passenger ships.
Source: insurexchange.com

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a group of soldiers that takes orders from a capo.
Source: sonic.net

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the group of soldiers under the capo's command.
Source: tvnz.co.nz

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In a chouette
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The people in your tank. The death of them can result in performance penalties, while an increase of their skill results in a performance boost.
Source: forum.worldoftanks.com

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The people who work on board a plane or ship. (noun)
Source: excellentesl4u.com

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Group of stevedores in charge of stowing goods on board of ships and unloading them.
Source: contrans.pe

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Canopy relative work, old term for CF, canopy formation
Source: bpa.org.uk

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A group of people (often staff) manning and operating a large facility or piece of equipment such as a factory, ship, boat, or airplane. ''If you need help, please contact a member of the crew.'' [..]
Source: en.wiktionary.org

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A group of people. A gang of surfers.
Source: surfsportsforum.com

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the people on-board who work the ship (deck hands, engineers, officers, captain etc).
Source: cruisearabiaonline.com

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A crew is a body or a class of people who work at a common activity, generally in a structured or hierarchical organization. A location in which a crew works is called a crewyard or a workyard. The wo [..]
Source: en.wikipedia.org

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For The Crew, a short lived comic book series published by Marvel Comics, see The Crew (comics).Crew, the first regular Czech international comic magazine, started publication in 1997. It was meant to [..]
Source: en.wikipedia.org

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A crew is a group or class of people who work at a common activity. Crew may also refer to:
Source: en.wikipedia.org

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Crew, the band, was formed in 1965 in London, England, by John Wright as lead vocalist and percussionist specializing on congas. In 1969, the songs "Marty" and "Danger Signs", written by Richard Harto [..]
Source: en.wikipedia.org

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CREW is a Belgian performance group, founded in Brussels in 1991 by Eric Joris. CREW operates on the border between art and science, between performance art and new technology. Artist Eric Joris devel [..]
Source: en.wikipedia.org

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Crew is a technology company from Montreal, Quebec. The company develops, markets, and operates the Crew app, which lets individuals find freelance graphic designers, illustrators and software develop [..]
Source: en.wikipedia.org

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workers or employees on a boat or ship.
Source: nationalgeographic.org

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Usually refers to the event production team
Source: confpeople.co.uk

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Term usually referring to an event production team, often including technicians, stagehands, truck loaders, etc.
Source: eventplannerspain.com

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(n) the men and women who man a vehicle (ship, aircraft, etc.)(n) an organized group of workmen(n) an informal body of friends(n) the team of men manning a racing shell(v) serve as a crew member [..]
Source: beedictionary.com

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General term used to describe the individuals working together as a unit, such as train crew.
Source: rsmck.com

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a person employed, engaged or assigned in any capacity on board a vessel, aircraft or train.
Source: maritimeinfo.org

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The team of sailors that sails the yacht.
Source: mmsn.org

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