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Crabbe

George. 1754--1832, English narrative poet, noted for his depiction of impoverished rural life in The Village (1783) and The Borough (1810)
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So the lord had the horses harnessed to his carriage, drove out to the village, and asked Crabb if he were Doctor Knowall.
The doctor looked at the dish, had no idea what to say, and cried: 'Ah, poor Crabb.
Crabb jest took a file and filed that hook jest the same as I'd tried to do, only he weren't a mite particular about doing it easy
Mr Crabb said his onehour trip in the front of the high-speed train had given him "an unmissable view" of rail modernisation.
WELSH Secretary Stephen Crabb has challenged MPs to make "solid" recommendations for changes to the Wales Bill which will transform the nation's constitutional settlement.
Stephen Crabb told the Daily Post that not only will the North Wales prison project give a welcome boost to the economy but it will also help reduce the number of criminals who reoffend.
Professor David Crabb (pictures) was awarded the prestigious accolade at the Royal College's annual congress in Liverpool in recognition of his work relating to chronic eye disease, including glaucoma.
Peter Crabb failed to appear at Liverpool Crown Court on March 2 where he was due to go on trial charged with a firearms offence.
Mr Crabb became the first Conservative Cabinet minister to sport a beard for more than a century and is now up against beards such as those worn by Conchita Wurst, Russell Brand and Billy Bragg.
District Judge Barbara Crabb that declared the clergy housing tax allowance unconstitutional.
e decapitated body said to be that of Crabb was suddenly and unexpectedly discovered in Chichester Harbour almost four months after Ward went missing.