Crooke

Crooke

(kruk),
Arthur, English pathologist, 1905-1990. See: Crooke granules, Crooke hyaline change, Crooke hyaline degeneration.
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Noah Crooke was a keen, dry old man of almost ninety, but still able to totter about.
Crookes and Wallace ranged up on the opposing side, while Sir Oliver Lodge attempted to formulate a compromise that would jibe with his particular cosmic theories.
TEHRAN (FNA)- Russo-Syrian military actions on the ground indicate that Syria is not heading toward a "quagmire" or a low-intensity guerrilla war, but rather to a clear military outcome, former British intelligence (MI6) official Alastair Crooke notes.
Following a lengthy audit, manufacturer of paper packaging products, Dempson Crooke, is delighted to announce that the company has been upgraded to the highest possible BRC certification--Grade A.
A small, odd-shaped lot at 97 Crooke Avenue, sitting cheek-to-jowl with the B and Q subway lines, was a longtime eyesore to its Flatbush, Brooklyn, neighbors.
Stanley Crooke, the chief executive of US drug developer Isis Pharmaceuticals (NASDAQ:ISIS), expects that French drugmaker Sanofi-Aventis (EPA:SAN) will succeed in buying US rival Genzyme (NASDAQ:GENZ).
It was rumored in London and in Jerusalem that Crooke had alienated the British prime minister by becoming too close with militant Islamists.
Isis' Crooke patent estate is a family of patents stemming from the innovative research of Stanley Crooke, M.
Crooke cites an Iranian cleric who explains the nature of the conflict between Islamism and the West, according to whom the core of the conflict is about the "essence of Man".
So the emergence, in the person of Alastair Crooke, of a British intellectual with an altogether more considered and nuanced attitude toward Islam and Islamism is a salutary development.
A former British intelligence officer and co-founder of Conflicts Forum - a Beirut think tank and international movement which engages with Islamist movements broadly - Crooke spends much of his time advocating that the West move toward serious intellectual engagement with Islamists, unfortunately more often than not to no avail.
A native Long Islander, Robert Crooke now lives with his wife in pleasant Bridgewater, Connecticut.