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British pronunciation/kɹˈɪk/
American pronunciation/ˈkɹɪk/
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English biochemist who (with Watson in 1953) helped discover the helical structure of DNA (1916-2004)

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A sudden, sharp pain or discomfort, often linked to muscle stiffness, commonly occurring in areas like the neck, back, or other parts of the body

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to cause a sudden painful stiffness or spasm in a muscle, typically occurring due to an awkward movement or prolonged position

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A quick head turn caused an annoying crick in the neck.
Waking up with a neck crick after an uncomfortable night's sleep is common.
A long drive triggered an upper back crick, limiting head movement.
Extended computer use may result in a crick in the shoulders.
Lifting heavy boxes led to a lingering lower back crick.
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