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Crispin

Saint, 3rd century ad, legendary Roman Christian martyr, with his brother Crispinian : they are the patron saints of shoemakers. Feast day: Oct. 25
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Eternity Crispin's mum, from Arguineguin in the south of the island, said: "Twenty years in jail is an eternity for a crime someone didn't commit.
Leicestershire-based Crispin Systems, acquired in a pounds 500,000 deal, supplies software to the footwear industry.
In a telephone interview on Saturday, Jesus Crispin confirmed that Rolando is a very distant relative and [a] mere namesake.
It comes just weeks after two snakes were found dead in Coventry after being dumped or abandoned - though they were unfortunately not as lucky as little Crispin.
Justo eso es lo que lleva a Crispin a declararse no-feminista en el titulo: porque la sociedad nunca habla estado tan desorientada respecto a los compromisos que entrana el feminismo original, en una sociedad mas patriarcal que nunca pues ha cooptado a las mujeres ambiciosas, con la condicion de que se amolden al antiquisimo patron para lograr riqueza y poder.
"Sometimes, it's good to apply those principles to our immediate area - and it was nice to give Crispin Lane a bit of a spring clean.
All that does, in Crispin's view, is give women the power to oppress other people and become flag-bearers for patriarchy.
(3) This essay examines the appropriation of hagiography in two versions of the Crispin story in order to further explore the Cordwainers' modification of the St Crispin story from martyrdom into romance.
The Braintree office partnered with the Marge Crispin Center, a non-profit operated by Braintree Holiday/Friends, Inc.
He said: "We did go with the intention of not having too much to drink," to which Mr Crispin replied: "These things happen, let's move on.
Crispin Lamont, 40, is alleged to have tricked a woman into having sex by falsely promising to marry her.
Former Crispin The drug is available legally from sex shops, but the Government is considering banning it as part of a crackdown on legal highs.