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craig

(kreɡ; kreɪɡ)
n
(Physical Geography) a Scot word for crag

Craig

(kreɪɡ)
n
(Biography) Edward Gordon. 1872–1966, English theatrical designer, actor, and director. His nonrealistic scenic design greatly influenced theatre in Europe and the US
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Craig, the gardener at the Chase, was over head and ears in love with her, and had lately made unmistakable avowals in luscious strawberries and hyperbolical peas.
Peter Craig, our enterprising literary editor, contributes a touching love story.
Peter Craig thinks he saw the Family Ghost on Christmas Eve.
Hester Dethridge wrote: "She took the footpath which leads to Craig Fernie.
There was but one place that a stranger could go to at Craig Fernie.
One--the longest--passes by the inn at Craig Fernie.
But it was evidently on the condition that he was to go to Craig Fernie in their places, and to see Anne Silvester himself.
At that time, the student also alleged that Craig had sent text messages to other students about a month ago that threatened violence at the school.
In March 1910, in an interview with The Kansas City Star, Carr, who had returned from Italy to the United States and had been teaching at the Fine Arts Institute, Kansas City, revealed his experience of working with Craig on his projects and provided an eyewitness account of Craig's staging experiments.
Craig, 51, has left puppeteer Damon Scott, who has appeared on Britain's Got Talent, after a three-year relationship.
Playing at theatres nationwide, Craig will embark on a 38-date tour on the March 5, calling at Cardiff's St David's Hall on May 3.
Renowned actor and UN Global Advocate for the Elimination of Mines and Explosive Hazards Daniel Craig visited de-mining sites in Cyprus where both Greek Cypriot and Turkish Cypriot leaders asked the United Nations to help removing landmines.