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Crowe

(krō),
Samuel J., U.S. physician, 1883-1955. See: Crowe-Davis mouth gag.
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Informative facts regarding Canada's social welfare cuts combine with Crowe's recollections of the people who were most affected by them.
Michael Gough and Ahsan Raza (on-field umpires), Kumar Dharmasena (third umpire), Shozab Raza (fourth umpire), Jeff Crowe (match referee).
The source went on to claim that Paramount Pictures is interested in casting Crowe in an upcoming "Gladiator" sequel.
Rana feels that having Carl Crowe formally on board will help Pakistan eliminate this problem, too much extent.
Crowe Horwath, the 8th largest global accounting network, has announced that the network and its member firms have rebranded to "Crowe".
It is painted green and red, the colours of the South Sydney Rabbitohs, the Australian rugby league team that Crowe part-owns.
Immediately afterwards, the violin - which Crowe described as "a lot very close to my heart" - became the 31st item to go under the hammer.
The firm serves clients worldwide as an independent member of Crowe Horwath International, one of the largest global accounting networks in the world.
Crowe was the leader of a successful campaign to adopt Amendment 35 to the Arkansas constitution in 1944, a measure that changed the structure of the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission from a body appointed by the governor with little power, meager resources and subject to the whims of politics, to the non-partisan department of state government it is today.
"Mr Crowe never held the position of Gold Commander during his time of employment at West Midlands Ambulance Service.
Crowe was a Wolverhampton Wanderers player at that the time of that adventure but two years later he came home to join Bohemians, going on to become the club's record goalscorer in the league over two spells.
Crowe Financial Close Workbench simplifies the period-end closing process.