Crawford


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
Related to Crawford: Joan Crawford

Craw·ford

(kraw'fŏrd),
Brian H., 20th-century British physicist. See: Stiles-Crawford effect.
References in periodicals archive ?
The Crawford County Convention & Visitors Bureau was also recognized as the award winner for the "Sports, Entertainment or Travel Marketing" category.
Preview: Terence Crawford (30-0, 21 KOs) defends his unified WBO, WBC and Ring Magazine super lightweight titles against former Olympic gold medalist Felix Diaz (19-1, 9 KOs) on Saturday night at New York's Madison Square Garden.
Defendant's theory at trial was that there never was an attorney-client or fiduciary relationship between the plaintiffs and Crawford with regard to plaintiffs' decision to loan money to WYM Tech.
Crawford carries the air rifle around the store -- sometimes over his shoulder, sometimes pointed at the ground -- before police arrive and shoot him twice.
Federal officials allege that Crawford was motivated by racial hatred after the arrest of a Muslim man accused of plotting to set off a car bomb in Portland just two days earlier.
In court, Crawford has argued that he was defending himself and that an injury kept him from completing the terms of his probation.
Crawford had been on the run since he slaughtered his pregnant wife Theresa, 35, and their three children, Kathryn, 13, James, eight, and six-year-old Karen in 1970.
Crawford said he believed he and general manager Dean Lombardi had a good working relationship and agreed that the team's young players have been developing properly.
The first two chapters are written respectively by Crawford's outstanding biographer, Judith Tick, and theorist Joseph Straus, author of The Music of Ruth Crawford Seeger (New York: Cambridge University Press, 1995).
Crawford partially extinguished the fire in the burning cab and found Langford, who was conscious but unable to move and drenched with diesel fuel.
Crawford, 34, of Derwent Gardens, Howdon, left his car and the scene, leaving a terrified Mr Wade and girlfriend Gemma Merritt injured in their car at the Shankhouse roundabout, in Cramlington.
Politicians have triumphed in recent years, Crawford goes on, by turning the tables on the traditional questioners and attackers and making the foibles of journalists into the issue, thereby deflecting any blame that might fall upon themselves.