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  • n  terrestrial worm that burrows into and helps aerate soil; often surfaces when the ground is cool or wet; used as bait by anglers

  • Japanese nightcrawlers, toward the end of the war, often crawled in vain.
  • In 1949, an estimated 25 million citizens tempted him with hook-studded live frogs, gaily feathered flies, and plump, harmless-looking nightcrawlers.
  • First, engage him in an activity, whether it's bowling or digging for nightcrawlers.

  • Pete Yorn in White Plains Journal News
    It was a very organic concept,says Yorn. "The first recording, I wasn't thinking about (where the next two albums would go). However, as I began to work on 'Nightcrawler' and I was writing a lot of songs, I realized where it could go. As...

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