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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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.
Crowley is his preface to Piers Ploughman, printed in 1550.
Crowley Alaska Tankers, LLC, announced today that it has signed an agreement, subject to regulatory approval, to purchase three tankers from SeaRiver Maritime Inc.
The Roman Catholic church confirmed that the Pope had accepted the resignation of Bishop John Crowley A brief statement was issued confirming that Bishop Crowley is resigning for health reasons.
Contributing to the growth of Alaska over the past sixty-four years, this year Crowley Maritime celebrates its 125th year of successful operations worldwide.
President-elect Donald Trump tapped Monica Crowley to join his cabinet as senior director of strategic communications for the National Security Council Thursday.