Cranston


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Cran•ston

(ˈkræn stən)

n.
a city in E Rhode Island. 75,800.
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A rare dress belonging to tearoom pioneer Kate Cranston feared destroyed in the Glasgow School of Art fires has been reunited with its owner.
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A new [pounds sterling]20 Scottish bank note has been unveiled, featuring the portrait of Glasgow entrepreneur, Kate Cranston.
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On Tuesday, a jury at Leeds Crown Court unanimously convicted his mother Dawn Cranston, 45, and grandmother, Denise Cranston, 70, of manslaughter.
The Blackhawks took the lead in the second quarter with quarterback Steven Cranston running the ball home from a few yards out.
Now Bryan Cranston, star of the cult series Breaking Bad, has a new and simple disguise as he strides the streets of London.
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