from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- Crane, (Harold) Hart 1899-1932. American poet whose works, including The Bridge (1930), celebrate America's cultural past, present, and future.
- Crane, Stephen 1871-1900. American writer whose works include The Red Badge of Courage (1895) and the short story "The Open Boat” (1898).
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- proper n. A surname.
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Martin Crane is rich, but he's not the protagonist.
Painter/animator Devin Crane gallery show in L.A. Devin Crane, lead animator on such films as Kung Fu Panda, Shrek 2 and 3, and Iron Giant, has a show of gorgeous new paintings opening tomorrow, January 24, at Corey Helford Gallery in Santa Monica, California.
Clever concept … but it sounds more like a movie than a long-term show … but the fact that David Crane is involved in this gives me hope.
Kellye Crane is an accomplished, award-winning communicator with more than 20 years of experience in strategic public relations, social media, and marketing communications.
The story plays out at first with a very contemporary feel, but as soon as Mary Crane is murdered, you start to see the inner turmoil in Norman Bates 'life.
Mary Crane is in a job she doesn't like, working for a man she can't really stand, and on a Friday afternoon she's nearly at her wit's end.
Well, him and the Headless Horseman of myth, but I think Crane is who you're looking for.
Ichabod Crane is the main character in Irving's story.
` ` I'll tell you what: he's a winner, '' coach Jeff Jagodzinski said, noting that Crane is 6-1 in his career as a starter - most of it since replacing ACC player of the year Matt Ryan.
And Pablo Trapero's Born and Bred, which finds the Argentine - who practically jump-started a new wave with his grainy lament to unemployment in Crane World back in 1999 (SFIFF 2000) - maturing in unforeseen ways.
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