(I) When a rower gets their oar "caught" in the water and is unable to extract it at the end of the stroke This can sometimes lead to completely losing control of the oar handle, and it being forced past them ("over-head" crab)
a stroke of the oar that either misses the water or digs too deeply; "he caught a crab and lost the race" decapod having eyes on short stalks and a broad flattened carapace with a small abdomen folded under the thorax and pincers the edible flesh of any of various crabs a quarrelsome grouch fish for crab scurry sideways like a crab direct (an aircraft) into a crosswind
A crab is a sea creature with a flat round body covered by a shell, and five pairs of legs with large claws on the front pair. Crabs usually move sideways. Crab is the flesh of this creature eaten as food. Any of 4,500 species of short-tailed decapod, found in all oceans, in freshwater, and on land. Its carapace (upper body shield) is usually broad, and its first pair of legs is modified into pincers. Most crabs live in the sea and breathe through gills, which in land crabs are modified to serve as lungs. They walk or crawl, generally with a sideways gait; some are good swimmers. Crabs are omnivorous scavengers, but many are predatory and some are herbivorous. Two of the largest known crustaceans are the giant crab of Japan (13 ft, or 4 m, from claw tip to claw tip), a spider crab; and the Tasmanian crab (up to 18 in., or 46 cm, long, and weighing more than 20 lbs, or 9 kg). Other species are less than an inch long. Well-known crabs include the hermit crab, edible crab (Britain and Europe), blue crab, Dungeness crab, fiddler crab, and king crab. blue crab Crab Nebula Dungeness crab fiddler crab hermit crab horseshoe crab king crab Japanese crab Alaskan king crab spider crab
The tendency of a high performance single engine boat to track to one side The cause is surfacing of the propeller causing a paddle wheel effect Can be noticed on dual engine boats that do not have counter rotating gearcases
A problem encountered by a rower when his or her oar gets `stuck' in the water, usually right after the catch or just before the release, and is caused by improper squaring or feathering The momentum of the shell can overcome the rower's control of the oar In more extreme cases the rower can actually be ejected from the shell by the oar
decapod having eyes on short stalks and a broad flattened carapace with a small abdomen folded under the thorax and pincers the edible flesh of any of various crabs a quarrelsome grouch fish for crab scurry sideways like a crab direct (an aircraft) into a crosswind
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