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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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Player-wise, Crabb led the Bulldogs at the plate and on the mound as the 6-foot-2, 200-pound junior had a .458 batting average and an on-base percentage of .572.
The company could now be obliged to pay out three years' worth of back pay, a sum that wasn't spelled out in Crabb's ruling.
According to Abrahamson's recollection, she and Crabb were the only two women inlegal practice in Madison who were not related or married to lawyers at their firm.
Professor Crabb's research lab retrospectively gathered information on more than 50,000 patients attending NHS glaucoma clinics in four regions in England.
Mr Crabb said he expected the firm to continue to acquire more lettings books throughout the year.
The WHO target of eliminating malaria by 2030 was in serious danger of not being achieved, said founder and co-convenor of the Congress, infectious diseases Professor Brendan Crabb ahead of the Congress that aims to put a global spotlight on the potentially deadly disease.
Mr Crabb and Chris Pincher MP were cleared by a panel, headed by an independent QC, of breaching the Conservatives' code of conduct.
Crabb will face a Tory investigation over allegations which include sending text messages to a 19-year-old woman.
INVESTIGATION Stephen Crabb Meanwhile, former whip Charlie Elphicke and ex-minister Stephen Crabb will be probed over sleaze claims.
QUESTIONS have been raised over Stephen Crabb's future at the top of the Conservative Party following allegations he exchanged intimate messages with a younger woman.
Married Tory minister Stephen Crabb is accused of sending sex messages to a woman half his age, saying he wanted to kiss her "everywhere".