cranshaw

cran·shaw

 (krăn′shô′)
n.
Variant of crenshaw.
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According to Cranshaw and Tisserat (2012), neither P.
Rob Cranshaw says he dreams of seeing his son Ollie become able to walk
It had been previously suggested, before our trials, that some broad-spectrum insecticidal materials may lead to increased potato psyllid populations; the study was done in greenhouses in Colorado (Al-Jabr and Cranshaw 2007), but the effect was not tested in the field.
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They knew when it was happening and when it didn't feel good," added bassist Bob Cranshaw (Blue Note 2007).
First career ace, attested to by Rick Cranshaw, Ann Cranshaw and Dave Legg.
Tri-County Mental Health Services has appointed Tom Petrizzo as its new CEO, replacing Tom Cranshaw, who plans to retire.
Another project, Livehoods, developed by Justin Cranshaw and colleagues at Carnegie Mellon University's School of Computer Science, uses social media data (tweets and Foursquare "check ins") that reveal where people actually spend their time in a city.
STARS: From left, TOWIE'S James Argent, Charlie Healy celebrates and Shayne Ward and Mike Cranshaw.
WHAT A RACQUET: Left to right, ambassadors Manjit Gill, Vijay Iakhanpal and Laura Cranshaw with David Boughey (sports and physical activity volunteering co-ordinator at Coventry University) and Vince Mayne (deputy director of student health and well being, Coventry University)