How to use Crick in a sentence

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  • She shifted her attention to the fire and rubbed the beginnings of a crick from her neck.

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  • Suddenly I am about average height instead of getting a crick in my neck talking to people.

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  • I strongly encourage citizenship education practitioners to attend, ', said Bernard Crick.

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  • It is known locally as the crick Stone, and is believed to have healing powers for a crick in the back.

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  • Watson and Crick used paper cutouts of the bases and metal scraps from a machine shop to come up with their own model.

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  • Watson and Crick explained the x-ray data of Wilkins and Franklin, and so discovered the double helix.

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  • Less than a year later he and Crick had the double helix.

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  • At its most extreme consciousness is said, by reductive materialists like Francis Crick, to be nothing but physical brain changes.

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  • Francis Crick and Graeme Mitchison, two former researchers at the Salk Institute in California proposed that the purpose of dreaming is to remove undesirable interactions in the networks in the brain cells.

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  • Frances Crick, one of the two men credited with discovering the structure of DNA, called Pauling the father of molecular biology.

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  • Your correspondent still has a crick in his neck to prove it!

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  • In 1953, James Watson and Francis Crick announced to the scientific world that they had solved the puzzle.

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