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Cronin

(ˈkrəʊnɪn)
n
1. (Biography) A(rchibald) J(oseph). 1896–1981, British novelist and physician. His works include Hatter's Castle (1931), The Judas Tree (1961), and Dr Finlay's Casebook, a TV series based on his medical experiences
2. (Biography) James Watson. born 1931, US physicist; shared the Nobel prize for physics (1980) for his work on parity conservation in weak interactions
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In Chicago there was a Doc- tor Cronin who was murdered.
Five guys on stage get all the glory, but there's a lot of people who help make it happen,'' Cronin said.
But John Cronin (31) walked free from Warley Magistrates' Court, Sandwell, having spent seven days in custody following his arrest on May 22.
Cronin, president and chief executive officer of the organization.
Gateway resident Frank Cronin is beaming these days about the sale of his old house and half acre on Baldy View Road to PeaceHealth for $245,000 - nearly three times the property's assessed value.
HOLLYWOOD Former Fox Family Channel and Nick at Nite topper Rich Cronin has taken over as prexy of the Sony/Liberty's Game Show Network.
Cronin, is a collection of book reviews and articles which address Hurston's four novels, Jonah's Gourd Vine (1934), Their Eyes Were Watching God (1937), Moses, Man of the Mountain (1939), and Seraph on the Suwanee (1948); her autobiography Dust Tracks On a Road (1942); three collections of folklore, Mules and Men (1935), Tell My Horse (1938), and Sanctified Church (1983); the play Mule Bone (1991); and selected short stories from The Complete Stories (1995).
That's why Phyllis Cronin, RN, a psychiatric nurse clinical specialist at Boston's Hebrew Rehabilitation Center, suspected the constantly complaining Mrs.
Cronin stresses Beckett's aloofness from politics and literary movements, including "the Dublin literary swim," the theater of the absurd, and Parisian existentialism.
Hubert de Cronin Hastings was one of the most formative figures in the history of the Architectural Review.
Campuswide information systems are recognized as an important element in attracting high calibre students, faculty, donors, and investors (Arms, 1988; Cronin, 1989).
But back in 1983 few people knew that the Hudson River had recently acquired its very own watchdog: John Cronin, better known as the Riverkeeper.