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Crosby,

town (1991 pop. 54,116), Sefton metropolitan district, NW England, on Liverpool Bay. Formed in 1937 from the urban districts of Great Crosby and Waterloo-with-Seaforth, Crosby is primarily residential. The town's history dates back more than 1,000 years. The Merchant Taylor's School for boys was founded in 1620.

Crosby

 

a city in Great Britain, in the Merseyside conurbation. Population, 57,400 (1971). Crosby lies in the basin of the port of Liverpool.

Crosby

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Bing, real name Harry Lillis Crosby. 1904--77, US singer and film actor; famous for his style of crooning: best known for the song "White Christmas" from the film Holiday Inn (1942)

Crosby

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a town in NW England, in Sefton unitary authority, Merseyside. Pop.: 51 789 (2001)
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Closer to home, Crosby is also heavily involved in her state and local Realtor[sup.
Crosby Carpet Centre stocks a wide range of floor coverings, from quality woven carpets in a massive range of colours, weaves and fibres, including Axminsters, Wiltons, Wool twists and Loop Berbers, to luxury vinyl flooring like Cavalio and Karndean.
Crosby is set to release his first solo album, Croz, in 20 years and would like to tour with Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young.
Crosby told the Globe he was not required to disclose the relationship, and did not do so until it become clear the Everett proposal was a serious one, at which point he made the disclosure and recused himself from any votes on the matter.
The government denied Crosby had a desk inside Downing Street, or an entry pass, both of which would suggest he had a role in government in addition to his role as part-time adviser to the Tory party.
Mr Reynolds refuted earlier claims that the council had acted improperly or had "victimised" Crosby and said delays in bringing the case to a conclusion were not the fault of the authority.
The timing led to speculation that Crosby had been pushed out but a spokesman for Brown insisted: "Both the decision and the timing were entirely matters for James Crosby.
Within the perimeters of Crosby, there are several miles of beach which have been put on the map nationally, thanks to Antony Gormley's iron Men statues.
In his first attempt at ownership, Crosby and the sellers agreed to a purchase price of $2 million, which seemed reasonable for a company he believed was full of untapped potential.
In addition to his solo work, Crosby still tours and records with CSN, CSN&Y , and as a duo with Nash .
The event was organised by Crosby Rotary Club and Crosby Soroptimists, both of which mark their 75th anniversary this year.
Sir Alistair Graham said the Prime Minister's decision to hire Mr Crosby as an adviser had created an "unhealthy smell" in politics.