Crile may refer to:

  • Crile (crater), a lunar crater
  • Crile (tool), a type of hemostat
  • George Washington Crile (1864–1943), American surgeon
  • George Crile, Jr. (1907-1992), American surgeon.
  • George Crile III (1945–2006), American journalist
  • Susan Crile (born 1942), American painter and printmaker

Other articles related to "crile":

Susan Crile - Works
... According to the biography at Stewart Stewart (see External links), "Crile is noted for her disturbing and evocative abstracts ... saturated color often used in eccentric combinations." Many of Crile's abstractions are based on study of oriental rugs and other patterned textiles, somewhat recalling the textile-inspired ... Crile seems to gravitate toward patterns that have been gradually yielded up, so to speak, from the earth - whether in the form of ancient human textile traditions or of reptilian scale coverings ...
George Crile III - Career At CBS - Producer
... Crile joined CBS News in 1976 to produce The CIA's Secret Army, his trail-breaking documentary that chronicled the previously untold story of the CIA’s ... It was the first of a collection of broadcasts based on Crile's reporting, in which he took viewers into previously closed and inaccessible worlds ... CBS News and Crile were defended by attorney David Boies ...
George Washington Crile
... George Washington Crile (November 11, 1864, Chili, Ohio – January 7, 1943, Cleveland, Ohio) was a significant American surgeon ... Crile is now formally recognized as the first surgeon to have succeeded in a direct blood transfusion ... Crile designed a small haemostatic forceps which bears his name the Crile mosquito clamp ...
Gay Power, Gay Politics - Production
... George Crile became interested in making Gay Power, Gay Politics after learning of the National March on Washington for Lesbian and Gay Rights scheduled for October 1979 ... Crile had earlier produced a piece on assassinated San Francisco Supervisor Harvey Milk that ran on the program CBS Magazine ... including Armistead Maupin, Cleve Jones and Sally Gearhart, assisted Crile and Diekhaus with the project, although Gearhart and fellow activist Del Martin began ...