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Crookes

(kruks),
William, British physicist and chemist, 1832-1919; winner of the Nobel Prize in chemistry in 1907. See: Crookes glass, Crookes-Hittorf tube.
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Crookes played against Hereford United, being marked by Ryan Green, who once broke Ryan Gigg's record as the youngest player to get a Welsh international cap.
In his report, Mr Crookes said: "We then sprinted across the pitch with him and to the gym.
Sheffield band The Crookes played upstairs at The Westgarth in 2013, and have since come on a bundle with the release of a simply stunning album, Soapbox.
Current President of the Confederation of South Wales Law Societies, Gaynor Davies of Davies Sully Wilkins expressed her delight to be merging with Glamorgan Law and Caerphilly colleagues Charles Crookes & Jones.
Like many websites, the ones that Newton linked to did not record the number of people who had opened and viewed the articles involving Crookes.
Winger Crookes forced his way over for his second try after impressive young back rower John Bateman had been stopped just short.
Kearney made amends with a good run and, despite being caught by Josh Hodgson, Lulia's pass put Crookes over for his third try in the last four games.
Fellow marines told the inquest, held by Black Country coroner Robin Balmain, that the terrain in the Sangin district, where Marine Crookes and around 200 colleagues were based, was extremely treacherous with some hidden bombs almost impossible to detect amid the rubble of previous explosions.
Danni Davis, who had been with Marine Jonathan Crookes for six years, was among hundreds of mourners who heard the 26-year-old described as a "kind, caring and respectful" serviceman.
Marine Jonathan Crookes, 26, a reservist in 40 Commando Royal Marines, was killed in an explosion while on foot patrol in Sangin on Friday.
Disgraced Geoffrey Crookes, 72, who also worked as a college lecturer, met the Wolverhampton family during a break in Spain three years ago.
William Crookes (1832-1919) and the commercialization of science.