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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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Cllr Ram P Lakha OBE: "Very shockingly surprised and sad to read the death of Cllr Gary Crookes. My thoughts with Shirley and their family.
The food is popular with sports groups and the Crookes family send their products to a number of rugby teams.
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.
The local magistrate court gave a hearing that Crookes was later tracked down when the photograph was put in the local paper, with the report adding that although he denied assaulting the students, he was found guilty.
(1) Newton's article contained both a shallow hyperlink which brought a web user to a homepage of a website called OpenPolitics, and a deep hyperlink which sent users directly to an article about Crookes on the website www.USGovernetics.com.
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.
Marine Crookes, of Wall Well, Halesowen, had been using a specialist metal detector to locate roadside bombs in Helmand Province when he was struck by an improvised explosive device (IED) in July 2010.
The Crookes - Chasing After Ghosts The Arctic Monkeys have just announced the upcoming release of their fourth album and Sheffield now has another band to be proud of if Chasing After Ghosts is a sign of things to come from The Crookes.