Crowley


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Crowley

(krou`lē), city (1990 pop. 13,983), seat of Acadia parish, SW La.; inc. 1888. It is a shipping, milling, and storage center for a large rice-growing area and has a rice experiment station. Oil and natural gas wells are located nearby.
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Crowley is his preface to Piers Ploughman, printed in 1550.
They've a cricket week next month, when this boy Crowley comes of age, and we've both got to go down and play.
My son Crowley only just scraped into the eleven at Harrow, and HE'S going to play.
Raffles will tell you all about it, and Crowley shall write.
Nor was my annoyance lessened by a little meeting I witnessed between young Crowley and his father, who shrugged as he stopped and stooped to convey some information which made the young man look a little blank.
In the dining-room he and Crowley lit their cigarettes with the same match, and had their heads together all the time.
Crowley told me all about it after dinner, you see, and then I'd seen one of the men for myself this afternoon.
At that my man ceased struggling; but I was still holding him when Crowley turned up the gas.
Dubbed by the press "the wickedest man in the world" -- a title that he relished -- Crowley was without a doubt one of the 20th century's most influential figures.
Gay I playwright Mart Crowley met Wood while working as a production assistant on Splendor in the Grass and became a longtime assistant and friend to her and Wagner.
James of Savannah, Georgia, a well known freight forwarder and customs house broker, hired Crowley Liner Services to handle the job.
DEVIL-WORSHIPPER Edward Crowley stabbed a schoolboy to death as a human sacrifice.