Crosby

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Crosby, Cumbria
... Crosby is a small village in Cumbria, England, three miles north-east of Maryport on the A596 road ...
Adam Braverman - Crosby Braverman and His Family - Jasmine Braverman
... Jasmine Braverman (née Trussell) (Joy Bryant) is a dancer and the mother of Crosby's son Jabbar, Crosby's eventual wife ... She broke up with Crosby when he cheated on her with Gaby, but in the season 2 finale it appeared that she and Crosby might reconcile, however they did not and she is now dating her son's ... She did not tell Crosby about his son until Jabbar was 5 years old and wasn't planning to, until Jabbar started asking about his father ...
Lend Lease Residential Development - History
... The business was established in the mid-1920s by James Crosby to build houses in north Cheshire ... In 1986, the Crosby family sold out to a management team and in 1989 the Company was floated on the London Stock Exchange at that time the Company was ... The housing recession led to a cut in the dividend in 1990 and in 1991 Crosby was acquired by Berkeley Group Holdings ...
Lax Kw'alaams, British Columbia
... Thomas Crosby of the Methodist church in 1874 ... Crosby's wife, Emma Crosby, founded the Crosby Girls' Home in the community in the 1880s ...
List Of People Who Have Appeared On The Cover Of Rolling Stone - Individuals - C
... vocalist for KISS (736) Walter Cronkite - journalist (1000) David Crosby - guitarist, singer, and songwriter (44, 63, 168, 240, 833) Jan Crosby - wife of David Crosby (833 ...

Famous quotes containing the word crosby:

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    —Faye J. Crosby (20th century)

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    —Faye J. Crosby (20th century)

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