Selcraig


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Noun1.Selcraig - Scottish sailor who was put ashore on a deserted island off the coast of Chile for five years (providing the basis for Daniel Defoe's novel about Robinson Crusoe) (1676-1721)Selcraig - Scottish sailor who was put ashore on a deserted island off the coast of Chile for five years (providing the basis for Daniel Defoe's novel about Robinson Crusoe) (1676-1721)
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She worked with the Red Cross in Perth, Selcraig and Bangour and was about to complete her probationary training and take up a post in Sheffield.
19, 2004), http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/articles/A30534-2004Sep17.html (comparing the conditions of the Plankinton Juvenile Training School to other juvenile detention centers in the United States as well as prison conditions in Iraq); Bruce Selcraig, Camp Fear, MOTHER JONES (2000), http://www.motherjones.com/politics/2000/11/camp-fear (detailing the death of Gina Score at the Plankinton facility and describing conditions of juvenile detention centers in the United States).
Donna Selcraig wrote: "I presume that on Monday we are going to be informed where the students that are going to be sitting exams in less than a month are going to be taking lessons on Tuesday?
Detective Sergeant Charles Selcraig said: "This is the largest recovery of heroin I have seen in Lothian and Borders in my service.
(5.) See, e.g., In re Selcraig, 705 F.2d 789, 792 (5th Cir.
Club writer Bruce Selcraig evidences this as he is led on a tour of a
1948, 1; Selcraig, A State and Local Study, 182; Daily Illini, 18