Crabtree


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Crab·tree

(krab'trē),
Herbert G., 20th-century English physician and biochemist. See: Crabtree effect.
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The case is In re Crabtree & Evelyn Ltd., 09-14267, U.S.
April 17 marked 100 years since John Ashworth Crabtree set up business in a disused Walsall leather factory that now forms the entrance to Ken Towe's Lyndon House Hotel.
The candidates -- incumbent Chris Crabtree and newcomers Susan Booton, Dave Long, Harold Lonks and Mary Yeboah -- will face issues from finances to facilities, but two words in particular keep coming up from residents and board hopefuls: transparency and trust.
Grainne Crabtree refereed the game between Coleraine's 1st XV Senior Men's team and Dromore RFC at Coleraine Rugby Club in March.
John Crabtree, of Nuttall Street, Accrington, was handed a criminal behaviour order by magistrates after theft offences at Poundstretcher and Fulton Foods.
Raiders wide receiver Michael Crabtree was blocking Broncos cornerback Aqib Talib on a routine Marshawn Lynch run when Crabtree blocked him out of bounds, resulting in punches being thrown by both players.
Lotta Crabtree was the brightest of the Fairy Stars!
Jim Crabtree, 61, pleaded not guilty to making a "menacing" phone call during a short hearing at Wirral magistrates' court.
Nelson and then-18-year-old Mercedes Crabtree drove from the Portland area to Eugene to rob a Mapleton bank with Taylor.
HUDDERSFIELD Giants international Eorl Crabtree is backing teammate Jermaine McGillvary to make a big difference for England as they head into the decider in the three-match Test series against New Zealand.