crawford crawford  /ˈkrɔ fərd/

Definition(s):

  1. (n) United States neoclassical sculptor (1814-1857)
  2. (n) United States film actress (1908-1977)

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News

  1. Dustin Crawford shares Blacksburg nature photos

    Dustin Crawford of Blacksburg shares these photos of nature around town, including rising water from recent wains and a Sherman Fox squirrel. Thanks, Dustin! Do you have photos from around the New River Valley? You can share them at news@theburgs.com or use our “share” tool to upload 10 at a time.
    on June 17, 2013     Source: Roanoke Times

  2. Crawford wins title on HBO

    Terence “Bud” Crawford impressed again. And he now has a title to show for his efforts. The unbeaten Omahan recorded a sensational one-punch knockout of Alejandro Sanabria Saturday to claim the vacant North American...
    on June 17, 2013     Source: Omaha World-Herald

  3. Crawford plays well again but loses OT battle this time

    Quenneville credits goaltender for keeping Hawks in game Three nights earlier, Corey Crawford stood at his locker, physically spent but emotionally riding high enough to recount the dozens of saves he made in a triple-overtime victory. On Saturday night, the Blackhawks goaltender walked out of a door to see a throng of reporters waiting for him, ran his hand through his hair, sighed and made his ...
    on June 16, 2013     Source: Chicago Tribune

Quotes

  1. "I like Crawford," Mr. Bush said. "Unfortunately after eight years of asking her to sacrifice, I'm now no longer the decision maker. She'll be deciding, thanks for the suggestion. I suggest you don't yell it out when she's here."
    on Jul 22, 2008 By: President Bush Source: Wall Street Journal

  2. "I am very excited that we have been able to secure Marc Crawford as head coach of the Dallas Stars," said Nieuwendyk. "Marc is a winner with extensive experience in this league, and I am confident he will get the most out of our hockey club....
    on Jun 11, 2009 By: Joe Nieuwendyk Source: MiamiHerald.com

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