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(kroz'bē),
William Holmes, Jr., 20th-century U.S. physician. See: Crosby capsule.
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To enhance its competitiveness Crosby Carpet Centre is a member of the Greendale Stockholding Buying Group.
Speaking to a Dutch magazine, Nash, 74, raged: "I don't like David Crosby right now.
Newcastle Crown Court heard dad-of-two Crosby then slashed his own wrists with the knife, causing superficial injuries, after ringing 999 and telling the call handler the pair had tried to kill each other.
Full details of what happened were not revealed during the short hearing and Crosby will be sentenced next month.
The 73-year-old Crosby was driving toward the sun with limited vision when he hit 46-year-old Jose Jimenez, who was jogging along the right side of the road.
And it all started with the appointment of Crosby, a spinner and lobbyist well known for these hardball tactics in Australia.
David Cameron has faced repeated calls to say if he has had any conversations with Mr Crosby about plain packaging for cigarettes following revelations about his adviser's links with the drinks and tobacco industries.
Labour dismissed the potential move as cosmetic and called on the Cameron to say if he spoke with Crosby about tobacco packaging.
Crosby, his brother Michael Crosby and sister Ann Lindner.
As it was an open competition, Crosby also had to face the best under 17 athletes that Wales and Scotland had to offer.
The Crosby Project, launched just three months ago, offers low cost apartments across three Crosby Lend Lease schemes in Birmingham city centre - Hub, Sirius and i-land The initiative offers a portfolio of starter properties with prices starting from just 50 per cent of their current open market value, subject to status.
Crosby admitted failing to provide animals in his care, including 150 tortoises and five iguanas, with a suitable environment.