from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- Crispin, Saint Third century A.D. Roman shoemaker who with his brother Saint Crispinian sought to spread Christianity and was martyred.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- proper n. A male given name.
- proper n. A Roman shoemaker, martyr and saint (brother of Crispinian); patron saint of cobblers and tanners.
- n. A shoemaker.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A shoemaker; -- jocularly so called from the patron saint of the craft.
- n. A member of a union or association of shoemakers.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A shoemaker: a familiar name, used in allusion to Crispin or Crispinus, the patron saint of the craft. Specifically
- n. A member of the shoemakers' trade-union called the Knights of St. Crispin. - st Crispin's day, October 25th.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. patron saint of shoemakers; he and his brother were martyred for trying to spread Christianity (3rd century)
"Crispin is at the table almost from the get-go, from naming products to developing packaging," says Klein.
This year, Crispin is in the awards hunt with two very different Burger King campaigns:
Jessa Crispin is editor and founder of Bookslut. com a monthly web magazine and daily blog dedicated to those who love to read.
 St. Crispin is the patron saint of shoemakers.
Crispin is one of those people that looks and acts like he could snap at any moment and kill everyone on set.
His plans for becoming the next Lord are in jeopardy if Crispin is allowed to live.
He came of the noble race of Crispin descended from the Neustrian, Gislebert, who first received the name Crispin because of his erect curly hair.
Crispin is fucking off and I mean off as in he lives in his own head.
Crispin is creepy like the guy that sits in the corner of the community pool, and his hands are underwater, you can’t see him jacking off but his shoulder is jerking and he’s biting his lip while looking at you dead in the eyes.
These ads worked no better than Mr. Diller’s most recent attempt at hip advertising for Ask.Mr. Diller brought in Crispin Porter + Bogusky, the agency behind those weird Burger King commercials, for a campaign which used “the Algorithm” and “Instant Getrification” as slogans.
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