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The answer CAWING has 6 possible clue(s) in existing crosswords.
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Definitions of cawing in various dictionaries:
verb - to utter the sound of a crow
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|Possible Crossword Clues|
|Quoting the raven?|
|See, the rook needs one, by the sound of it|
|Bird sanctuary sounds|
|raucous sound of a crow|
|Last Seen in these Crosswords & Puzzles|
|Dec 20 2017 7 Little Words Daily Puzzle|
|Nov 28 2010 L.A. Times Daily|
|Jun 27 2008 Wall Street Journal|
|Oct 22 2007 USA Today|
|Feb 18 1998 New York Times|
|Jul 14 1997 Irish Times (Crosaire)|
|Possible Dictionary Clues|
|utter a caw.|
|The harsh cry of a rook, crow, or similar bird.|
|Utter a caw.|
|Cawing might refer to|
Caning is a widely used form of legal corporal punishment in Singapore. It can be divided into several contexts: judicial, prison, reformatory, military, school, and domestic or private. These practices of caning are largely a legacy of, and are influenced by, British colonial rule in Singapore. Similar forms of corporal punishment are also used in some other former British colonies, including two of Singapore's neighbouring countries, Malaysia and Brunei. |
* Of these, judicial caning, for which Singapore is best known, is the most severe. It is reserved for male convicts under the age of 50, for a wide range of offences under the Criminal Procedure Code, and is also used as a disciplinary measure in prisons. Caning is also a legal form of punishment for delinquent servicemen in the Singapore Armed Forces (SAF) and is conducted in the SAF Detention Barracks. Caning is also used as an official punishment in reform schools.
* In a milder form, caning is used to punish male students in primary and secondary schools for serious misbehaviour. The government encourages this but does not allow caning for female students, who instead receive alternative forms of punishment such as detention.
* A much smaller cane or other implement is also used by some parents to punish their children for misbehaving. This is allowed in Singapore but "not encouraged by the government". However, the government mentioned that it considers "the judicious application of corporal punishment in the best interest of the child."