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Crawford

1. Joan, real name Lucille le Sueur. 1908--77, US film actress, who portrayed ambitious women in such films as Mildred Pierce (1945)
2. Michael, real name Michael Dumbell Smith. born 1942, British actor
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Ronald Fogleman, another former Air Force chief of staff, attended the funeral [mh1] services for Crawford. He said Crawford, who he knew since the 1980s, was a great American patriot who was a strong advocate for the Air Force and its servicemembers.
Rick Kinsel, President of the Vilcek Foundation, begins by considering how and why his travels to Europe, especially to Andalusia in Spain, were so inspiring to Crawford. Semana Santa, or Holy Week, the last week of Lent, is observed in Seville with public processions of penitential confraternities through the streets.
Crawford, who has 556 NHL coaching victories, was an assistant in Ottawa last season and finished as the interim head coach.
"'Discover Your Colour' is about how Lane Crawford connects with our customers, with the aura colours, we hope to open up new possibilities of individual expressions, for our customers to discover and experience." Said Joanna Gunn, Chief Brand Officer, Lane Crawford.
Listen to me brother, we're part of a brotherhood, if I tell you not to fight Crawford, I'm telling you not to fight Crawford.''
Much of that respect vanished the second trainer Virgil Hunter told referee David Fields he could not continue against Crawford because of a low blow.
Crawford, who was making the second defense of his title, had little trouble controlling the fight and winning by a technical knockout against the overmatched Khan.
The 51-point output was actually a record in itself since Crawford becomes the oldest player in NBA history to record a 50-point game.
Crawford had been living with his mother Mary at the time of the incident.
The open date and status above indicate when Crawford Primary School opened or when it changed to its most recent incarnation, with a number of schools converting to academies in recent years.