Croker


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Cro´ker

    (krō´kẽr)
n.1.A cultivator of saffron; a dealer in saffron.
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The Italian Job Sky One, 9pm Charlie Croker (Mark Wahlberg, left) and his crew are betrayed and left for dead after a heist in Italy, so they soon begin planning a very complex job in order to exact their revenge.
In March 2007, Ireland took on Wales in the first ever soccer game played at Croker while Lansdowne Road was redeveloped.
Prior to joining L&L, Croker was a Senior Consultant with Altus Group, where he was responsible for valuation management advisory across multiple asset classes for institutional investors.
Jason Martin Croker, 40, of Oldbury Close, Redditch, was caged for nine years at Warwick Crown Court on February 13 last year.
Joel Croker added the extras and did so again as back-rower Mitch Turner burst through for a great individual try.
A former University of Alberta Golden Bear from Red Deer and member of the Cape Croker reserve, Soonias has played on the national team for over 10 years, including the 2014 championships when Canada finished seventh place at the FIVB Men's World Championships.
Edited by Joy Higgs, Anne Croker, Diane Tasker, Jill Hummell, and Narelle Patton
Karen Croker, of Longford Street, Middlesbrough, was work-work ing behind the counter at AJ Convenience Store in Crescent Road, Ayresome, when the shop was targeted.
IN an audacious job that would make Charlie Croker proud, a team of Midlands graduates and apprentices have returned from an epic trip across Italy in three classic Minis - raising more than PS1,500 for charity in the process.
ENGLAND Under-21 ace Eric Dier scoffs at the suggestion that FA blazers would ever give him special treatment because he is the grandson of Ted Croker.
And at night, Cardiff University graduate Alex Croker found shelter fearing bear attacks, floods, snakes and dehydration.
Robert Tressell was actually born to father Samuel Croker and mother Mary Croker (formerly Noonan), so as you can see the writer on your letters page Stephen Wooley was wrong to say that Robert Tressell (that fabulous author of TRTP) was born Robert Noonan.