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Crabbe

 (krăb), George 1754-1832.
British poet noted for his simple, realistic poems of rural life, including The Village (1783).

Crabbe

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(Biography) George. 1754–1832, English narrative poet, noted for his depiction of impoverished rural life in The Village (1783) and The Borough (1810)
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So the lord had the horses harnessed to his carriage, drove out to the village, and asked Crabb if he were Doctor Knowall.
The doctor looked at the dish, had no idea what to say, and cried: 'Ah, poor Crabb.
Crabb jest took a file and filed that hook jest the same as I'd tried to do, only he weren't a mite particular about doing it easy
Dean Crabb, of Westbrook Road,Godalming, and Stuart Wilson, of Whatley Avenue, Merton, were jailed on Tuesday (January 23) after pleading guilty to burglary.
FORMER Welsh Secretary Stephen Crabb has been cleared of breaching party rules following an investigation into allegations of inappropriate conduct.
Meanwhile, former whip Charlie Elphicke and ex-minister Stephen Crabb will be probed over sleaze claims.
INVESTIGATION Stephen Crabb Meanwhile, former whip Charlie Elphicke and ex-minister Stephen Crabb will be probed over sleaze claims.
Commenting on the plans, CEO Ian Crabb said: "In the last quarter we have developed a plan to look at new ways of working across our estate agency business.
David Cameron, however, insisted Mr Crabb would stay in his job and praised the former Welsh Secretary.
Devout Christian and family values campaigner Stephen Crabb, 43, was engulfed in a sleaze storm after the explicit exchanges came to light.
Married Tory minister Stephen Crabb is accused of sending sex messages to a woman half his age, saying he wanted to kiss her "everywhere".
MIDLAND MP Sajid Javid is to launch a joint bid for the Conservative leadership on a joint ticket with Stephen Crabb, the MP for Preseli Pembrokeshire in Wales.