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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The defence said Crampton was paranoid about Miss Sobo, known as Liz, having an affair with one of his friends even though there was no evidence that this was the case.
We are pleased to announce that Kathleen Crampton has been appointed to head Managed Health Services in Wisconsin," Neidorff said.
MAD or BAD, conflicting expert psychiatrists who assessed quadruple family killer Neil Crampton delayed the case coming to court.
THE grandmother of Abigail and Steven Crampton last night said her family had yet to wake from their "nightmare".
Neil Crampton, 36, believed his ex-partner Liz Sobo, 36, was seeing someone else.
Stuart Crampton broke the deadlock with a 25th minute penalty and before half-time Martin Sutton went in for a try with Crampton adding the goal.
Stuart Crampton, who deputised for Kennedy, added the goal to level at 1212.
Contact: Ann Crampton or Catherine Jessop, +1-202-737-0172 or +1-202-737-8400, both for the National Council on Fireworks Safety
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.
And Neil Crampton is one of the most evil people I have come across because of what he did and how he did it.