Crabtree


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(krab'trē),
Herbert G., 20th-century English physician and biochemist. See: Crabtree effect.
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HUDDERSFIELD Giants international Eorl Crabtree is backing teammate Jermaine McGillvary to make a big difference for England as they head into the decider in the three-match Test series against New Zealand.
7, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- QTS Realty Trust (NYSE: QTS), one of the nation's largest and fastest-growing providers of data center facilities and cloud services, and a leader in security and compliance, has been selected by international retailer Crabtree & Evelyn to provide a fully managed hosting environment to support their cloud-based application.
Mrs Crabtree worked in several schools in Middlesbrough and Stockton and at Acklam Grange School for 15 years.
A Labour North West spokesperson said: "The individual in question has been suspended Cllr Jim Crabtree | |been suspended from the Labour Party pending further investigation.
She was the beloved and devoted wife of Thomas Marsten Crabtree of Millbury formerly of Framingham.
Crabtree pleaded guilty last May to participating in the murder and to charges relating to a pair of bank robberies that Taylor allegedly committed.
Family and friends surrounded Crabtree as the current principal of East High handed her a diploma during an education board meeting.
com)-- Crabtree PM Limited have sponsored a local school, The Chalgrove Primary School, Finchley, London N3, assisting with the purchase of a new 14 seat minibus.
England front-rower Crabtree was carrying the Giants pack on his own at times last year as a promising season fizzled out.
Salman Khan has roped in British journalist James Crabtree for a role in his upcoming film "Kick".
A single entry point supports integrity of the structure, according to Crabtree.
By the mid-1930s the company employed more than 1,000 people at the Lincoln Works but in autumn 1935, after a business trip to the USA, Mr Crabtree contracted pneumonia and died on November 27 at the age of 49.