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(kroz'bē),
William Holmes, Jr., 20th-century U.S. physician. See: Crosby capsule.
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On the local level, Crosby served as president of her local association in 1995, where she also received recognition as Realtor[sup.
Crosby Carpet Centre also has on display the new Associated Weavers 'iSense' range - possibly the softest carpet on the market, and an extensive range of engineered wood laminates and beautiful solid wood finishes.
Crosby has three times failed to meet those standards.
In May, a Tory spokesman went on the record to say that Crosby spent "about half" his time working inside Number 10, and the other half at Conservative headquarters in Millbank.
Michael Morgan, defending, said Crosby had originally faced 15 charges but the council had dropped the eight most serious allegations.
Crosby said Moore's claims had been rejected by an independent inquiry.
Crosby is home to Carnegie Library, built with donations from the American steel magnate, Andrew Carnegie.
You have to know where your sales will come from," cautions Crosby.
A beer commemorating the landmark was produced by Liverpool Organic Brewery and was on sale at the festival, held at Crosby Civic Hall.
Sir Alistair, ex-chairman of the Committee on Standards in Public Life, said any conflicts of interest for Mr Crosby should be out in the open.
Crosby asked to rescind his knighthood after a damning report by the Banking Standards Commission accused him and other HBOS executives of a "colossal failure" over the bank's collapse during the financial crisis.
Fully let, the acquisition is occupied by five tenants - Venture Portrait, In-Toto Kitchens, BathStore, Damac Properties and Crosby itself - which has leased 3,753 sq ft as its flagship, state-of-the-art, marketing suite, to service its Birmingham city centre schemes.