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Crookes

Sir William. 1832--1919, English chemist and physicist: he investigated the properties of cathode rays and invented a type of radiometer and the lens named after him
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University of Loughborough student Crookes, who locally went to Greenhead, was last season in the students team which beat Liverpool's Under 18 team 2-0 in front of an all-ticket sell-out crowd of 4,000.
Mr Crookes told the court: "I think we both came to the conclusion that our efforts were being futile.
Councillor and nformer Lord Mayor Gary Crookes presents the grant to Coventry Music Museum's Pete Chambers
Laurel Canyons are tour supports and fellow South Yorkshiremen to The Crookes.
The partner in charge of the new Glamorgan Law Caerphilly Office, Michael Downey formerly of Charles Crookes & Jones said the recent economic climate had been difficult for everyone and lawyers had been no exception.
The local magistrate court gave a hearing that Crookes was later tracked down when the photograph was put in the local paper, with the report adding that although he denied assaulting the students, he was found guilty.
1) Newton's article contained both a shallow hyperlink which brought a web user to a homepage of a website called OpenPolitics, and a deep hyperlink which sent users directly to an article about Crookes on the website www.
Kearney's long-range break was ended by a brilliant cover tackle from Josh Hodgson, but with the home defence stretched, smart passes from John Bateman and Keith Lulia sent Jason Crookes over out wide.
Crookes juggled a difficult pass from Keith Lulia (who himself added a last-gasp try) to cross in the corner for his hat-trick as Bradford ran in 28 unanswered points.
Nigel Crookes is Strategic Development Director at the Benson Group.
Marine Crookes, of Wall Well, Halesowen, had been using a specialist metal detector to locate roadside bombs in Helmand Province when he was struck by an improvised explosive device (IED) in July 2010.
Marine Crookes, 26, of 40 Commando Royal Marines, had been on his third deployment to the country.