Crouch is a family name.

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Other articles related to "crouch":

Crouch, Virginia
... Crouch is an unincorporated community in King and Queen County, Virginia, United States. ...
South Crouch Township, Hamilton County, Illinois
... South Crouch Township is one of twelve townships in Hamilton County, Illinois, USA ... It was formed from Crouch Township sometime after 1921 ...
Charles Crouch
... Charles Crouch, merchandising executive, was born in Augusta, Georgia, Sept. 15, 1898, son of Joseph William and Lily (Strom) Crouch ... At the openings of his various stores Crouch used such devices as simulated carnivals, also hiring popular jazz bands to attract customers ...
Soulfully - Personal Life
... On Friday, November 12, 1982, Crouch was arrested in Los Angeles on a charge of possessing cocaine and dangerous drugs ... Crouch was arrested and released several hours later on $2,500 bail ... Crouch maintained that the substance was instant chicken soup powder ...
Soulfully - Career
... Crouch's first group was the Church of God in Christ Singers (COGICS) in 1960, which included Billy Preston ... Mieir would introduce Crouch to Tim Spencer of Manna Music Publishing who would be the first to publish one of his songs ("The Blood Will Never Lose Its Power" which was written by Crouch ... They were subsequently replaced by Crouch's twin sister Sandra in 1970 ...

Famous quotes containing the word crouch:

    The bowl will ensnare and enchant
    men who crouch by the hearth
    till they want
    but the riot of stars in the night;
    those who dwell far inland
    will seek ships.
    Hilda Doolittle (1886–1961)

    The kind of power mothers have is enormous. Take the skyline of Istanbul—enormous breasts, pathetic little willies, a final revenge on Islam. I was so scared I had to crouch in the bottom of the boat when I saw it.
    Angela Carter (1940–1992)

    Don’t crouch any more and cling to my knees,
    don’t tempt me and try me,
    don’t beg like a child and cry,
    “you have taken my hope away.”
    I am not a god.
    I cannot make you happy.
    Hilda Doolittle (1886–1961)