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Craigie

Sir William A(lexander). 1867--1957, Scottish lexicographer; joint editor of the Oxford English Dictionary (1901--33), and of A Dictionary of American English on Historical Principles (1938--44)
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After falling just short of a century break with a well-constructed 98 to race 3-1 ahead, Ding was forced to take a back seat when Craigie levelled the scores by winning the fifth 113-21 with a magnificent dead century and then the sixth 76-6 with a run of 75.
Craigie missed a penalty but McNally popped in the winner with three minutes to go.
The decision, which he says came after much soul-searching, ensured that he would no longer be omnipresent at Craigie.
Defence solicitor Robert Vickery said that Craigie had been a hard-working individual but lost his job due to the credit crunch, as a result of which he started drinking heavily.
Just a couple of calls from fixer Andy Kerr and 386 from Cathy Craigie.
Painting: Pink Bowl With Grapes, by Craigie Aitchison (1992, Thomas Gibson Fine Art, London).
Senior Vice President, Investor Relations, BB&T Corporation, 919-246-4219, Allen Mead Ferguson, Chairman, Craigie Incorporated, 804-649-3900, Bob Denham, Vice President, Public Relations, 910-733-2202, or Burney S.
Craigie as Chairman of the Board effective following the Company's 2007 Annual Meeting of Stockholders today.
Water Minister Mia Davies turned the sod at the Craigie site earmarked for the scheme's 14 billion litre per year advanced water recycling plant.
option agreement on a new project called Peter Craigie Mine.