Crawford

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Purdy Crawford
... Purdy Crawford, CC QC (born November 7, 1931) is a Canadian lawyer and businessman ... Purdy Crawford, the "dean emeritus of Canada's corporate bar" is a native of Five Islands, Nova Scotia, and a graduate of Mount Allison University, Dalhousie Law School and Harvard Law School ... Crawford sits on the boards of several large Canadian companies ...
Crawford - Other
... Crawford (film), a documentary film about Crawford, Texas Clan Crawford, Scottish clan Crawford Auto-Aviation Museum, part of the Western Reserve Historical Society, located in ... Supreme Court case regarding the Confrontation Clause Crawford Hall, and academic building on the campus of the University of Pittsburgh Hasely Crawford ...
Fantasy Publishing Company, Inc.
... Crawford ... Crawford's first company was Fantasy Publications which he started in 1935 in Everett, Pennsylvania, primarily to publish his magazines Marvel Tales and Unusual Stories ... In 1936, Crawford initiated his second company, Visionary Publishing Company, with the intention of publishing books with this imprint ...
John Crawford (Manitoba Politician)
... John Crawford (June 17, 1856 – May 31, 1928) was a Canadian politician ... Born in Kintail, Huron County, Ontario, the son of James Crawford and Catherine McGregor, Crawford received his education in the Port Albert public school, and after ... Crawford was a Presbyterian and a member of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows ...
Andrea Kelly - Career - 2011-Current
... Following the 2010-11 curling season Crawford would make significant team changes ... Although Atkinson became the new skip, Crawford would continue to throw fourth stones ... McGuire in the final, and for the fourth year in a row, Crawford would represent New Brunswick at the 2012 Scotties Tournament of Hearts ...

Famous quotes containing the word crawford:

    [Asked by an interviewer, “What do YOU want to be?”]: What people want me to be.
    —Joan Crawford (1908–1977)