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Crunching

Slang; a situation in which the price of an investment rapidly drops below its support level.
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how good you would taste if I could only crunch you between my jaws.
There was a crunch of breaking bone, and the white dog faced him on three legs.
The man who hated him attended every performance in the hope sometime of seeing that lion crunch down.
Then the jaws came together, CRUNCH, just like that.
We crowded to the little window, which Mackenzie took care to fill; and a minute yielded no sound but the crunch and slither of constabulary boots upon sooty slates.
It was, by my watch, nearly an hour and a half from the time of our leaving the station before I heard the sound of the sea in the distance, and the crunch of our wheels on a smooth gravel drive.
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com)-- Live Light Live Right (LLLR) partnered with Crunch Fitness, the Crown Heights location in Brooklyn, for the Summer Fitness Challenge.
Great for hiking, outdoor trips, or just a snack when you're on the go, Mareblu Naturals' Crunch Bags and Crunch Bars are vegan, gluten- and wheat-free, kosher, and made without any peanut products.
The "low-glycemic" Banana Almond Crunch bar contains organic flax sprouts, puffed quinoa, pea fiber and cinnamon, as well as almond butter, bananas, brown rice bran, walnuts and sunflower seeds.
That was the sound of the credit crunch hitting home, in case you were wondering.
Because when I came back, there had been a credit crunch