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A 727 crashed near Heidelberg.
He crashed his plane on landing, causing $20,000 in damage.
Amazingly, he survived when his plane crashed into the ocean.
A ball came crashing through the window.
The wind howled and the waves crashed against the rocks.
As Kelly saw him, the tray she was carrying crashed to the floor.
He lifted his foot and crashed it into the door.
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a plant whose leaves are used in cooking. Marjoram is a herb.
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