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(kroz'bē),
William Holmes, Jr., 20th-century U.S. physician. See: Crosby capsule.
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Labour MPs accused the Prime Minister of degrading the honours system after it was reported that Mr Crosby was in line for a knighthood in the New Year Honours list.
Full details of what happened were not revealed during the short hearing and Crosby will be sentenced next month.
Steve Greatwood, the program's longtime offensive line coach with an impressive history of developing players and sending many of them on to the NFL, said Crosby is on the fast track to becoming one of the Oregon's all-time greats.
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.
Composed of David Crosby (vocals, guitar), Stephen Stills (vocals, guitar, keyboards) and Graham Nash (vocals, guitar), Crosby, Stills & Nash brought harmony to the forefront of popular music with their unique threepart vocal blend that turned out hit songs that sold millions of albums and were imitated throughout the 1970s.
Ushers/page boys: Andrew Critchley, 31, Kieron Bowey, 21, Dan Crosby, 32, and Danny Heald, 34.
"Crosby Street offered a great mix of co-tenants that appealed to Jean Shop," said Tannor, Director, Retail Services.
Nash's book, Wild Tales: A Rock and Roll Life, is just out but Crosby, who has since cleaned up his life and is singing again (his soft-spoken wide-ranging voice still as good as gold), too had published a candid autobiography, Long Time Gone, several years ago.
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.
According to Labour, Crosby's decision to step back from his role at PR firm Crosby Textor, was an admission that his presence inside Downing Street is problematic for Cameron.
Tom is survived by Kerr, his wife of 47 years, their children Katherine and Eric Chaffin of Rye, NY and Ethan and Kathryn Crosby of Crofton, MD; two grandchildren, his brother Roger Crosby of NY, his brother-in-law Edward Lindner and nieces.