all the people working on a ship, plane, etc.
all the people working on a ship, plane etc. except the officers who are in charge
a group of people with special skills working together
a group of people
a team of people who row boats in races
the sport of rowing with other people in a boat
to be part of a crew , especially on a ship
submarine crew,motley crew,experienced crew,skeleton crew
call crew,crew work,crew take,rescue crew
And I think you"ll enjoy this building, it"s never been seen, it"s been still photographed, but never photographed by a film crew.
Our crew chief was trying to hold the door on and my boss was flying the aircraft, but the left side of the cockpit was split open.
One of them was a member of the crew, with two or three of his mates just standing there watching.
There were two very short crew clones and one very tall, hooded Templar with him in the windowless ovoid of a room.
He said, "Some of these crew members may be subjected to the physical and mental torture. "
The information can be displayed to the crew on the yacht or transmitted to coaches on a chase boat, or to a support team on shore.
Any one of them would have placed the ship and its crew in harm"s way; together, they were a death sentence.
A Taiwanese television crew wrote poems to Jarrett, gave him a ceremonial Indian hatchet, and said that he"d changed their lives.
when changing of crew is often , it helps new crew identifying pipe systems to avoid mistake.
Note: production in the case of any of the above glitch, there may be recorded the crew and abnormity to the higher feedback.