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Cripps

Sir (Richard) Stafford. 1889--1952, British Labour statesman; Chancellor of the Exchequer (1947--50)
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Parents Fiona Cripps, 26, and Lee, 28, who also have identical one-year-old twin daughters, said Finley was unfazed by the fact he could have saved his brother's life.
Nimble Storage (NYSE: NMBL), a provider of flash storage solutions, announced on Monday that Cripps LLP has deployed the Nimble Storage Adaptive Flash platform.
For each of these three categories Cripps gives a different argument derived either from the principle of beneficence or from the no-harm principle.
Cripps said that the royalties that would eventually flow to the state would be in the billions of dollars , which would go towards better roads, hospitals and schools.
Speaking of yesterday's arrests Mr Cripps said: "We don't want this disrupting local communities.
Cripps, Aidan Corby and Ciaran McEvoy kept the hosts in touch.
The other apple cake also consists of a juicy apple filling with 59% fruit content, using fresh Cripps Pink Apples, covering a crispy shortcrust pastry base.
Michael Cripps, 44, of Newport, is already engaged in legal action against the Welsh Ambulance Service.
Daniel Cripps, 22, had apparently downed 14 shots of vodka during a party drinking game.
However, it was Army CU''s Mike Cripps who was the main protagonist in the 50-minute main race, leading on his own for a quarter of an hour in the early stages while the pack behind wondered how to deal with the threat from the former Rhyl CC, Deeside Olympic and Rhos-On-Sea CC man.
Keen footballer Daniel Cripps, 22, of Newport, was said to usually limit himself to about four cans of lager on a typical night out.
Tony Cripps (pictured), 57, died after he fell from a JCB tractor bucket, while picking elderflowers at the Daylesford Organic Farm, near Stow on the Wold, Gloucestershire, in 2007.