Crampton


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Cramp·ton

(kramp'tŏn),
Charles Ward, U.S. physician, 1877-1964. See: Crampton test.

Cramp·ton

(kramp'tŏn),
Philip, Irish surgeon, 1777-1858. See: Crampton line, Crampton muscle.
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And on the 10th anniversary of the deaths of Steven and Abigail Crampton, their mum Funke Sobo and their uncle Yemi, their family announced they are now looking to double the fund to PS50,000.
I had this poem stuck in my head the other day," Elysia Crampton said recently during a visit to Manhattan.
Kim Howe and Clive Pearson read the prayers of remembrance, and Shirley Landrick nee Crampton shared memories of her great uncles who all fought in the First World War.
But it's the silly season for news and the only tip-off Crampton has is about the disappearance of the seafront's crazy-golf proprietor, Arnold Trumper.
On June 25 Michael Swaby relinquished the chain of oce and handed it over to incoming president Jackie Crampton, and the Chair of Inner Wheel, Pat Sweet handed over to Helen Rossiter.
While praising Treaty of Waitangi settlements and "New Zealand's incredible journey in engaging, with its colonial history", Crampton said these had not yet translated into "visible socio-economic change" in terms of the big picture.
GREAT Britain's Matt Crampton sprinted to keirin gold by the finest of margins at the Track Cycling World Cup in Mexico.
Anna-Marie Crampton, Ukip candidate for East Sussex, posted a series of comments on a Facebook page that said World War II was financed by bankers and "engineered by the Zionist Jews" as part of a plan to create the state of Israel.
Norm Crampton (author); BOOMER MEN WORKING; Wyatt-MacKenzie (Nonfiction: Career) 14.
Adam Crampton, 19, was already serving four years for robbery and burglary when he said he wanted to "clear his slate", a court was told.
Adam Crampton, 19, confessed to 278 house break-ins and 60 car thefts since he began his life of crime at the age of 12.