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Cripps

Sir (Richard) Stafford. 1889--1952, British Labour statesman; Chancellor of the Exchequer (1947--50)
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Michael Cripps, 44, of Newport, is already engaged in legal action against the Welsh Ambulance Service.
However, it was Army CU''s Mike Cripps who was the main protagonist in the 50-minute main race, leading on his own for a quarter of an hour in the early stages while the pack behind wondered how to deal with the threat from the former Rhyl CC, Deeside Olympic and Rhos-On-Sea CC man.
Company Commander Robert Cripps, 50, from Chop Gate, works as an engineering manager at SSI, formerly Corus Steel House, in Redcar as well as volunteering with the TA 4th Battalion The Yorkshire Regiment.
Keen footballer Daniel Cripps, 22, of Newport, was said to usually limit himself to about four cans of lager on a typical night out.
Community Energy Solutions (CES) has appointed Jonathan Cripps of Cramlington as project assistant.
Eight-year-old Henry Cripps, from Priors Marston, was "thrilled" to join the Little Zoo Keeper scheme at Dudley Zoological Gardens which allows youngsters behind the scenes to work with some of the world's most exotic animals.
Tony Cripps (pictured), 57, died after he fell from a JCB tractor bucket, while picking elderflowers at the Daylesford Organic Farm, near Stow on the Wold, Gloucestershire, in 2007.
Andrew Cripps, sales negotiator for David Wilson Mercia, said: "Costs can quickly mount up at this time of the year and some people postpone moving until the New Year.
Pink Lady is the brand name for the Cripps Pink apple variety, which was discovered by John Cripps in 1973.
Cripps is senior IT architect at IBM Global Business Services.
Stafford Cripps in Moscow 1940-1942: Diaries and Papers, edited by Gabriel Gorodetsky.