American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Crosby, Harry Lillis Known as "Bing.” 1904-1977. American singer and actor noted for his crooning voice and for roles in many films, including Going My Way (1944), for which he won an Academy Award.
- n. A surname.
- n. United States singer and film actor (1904-1977)
“CROSBY - St. Luke's Hospital in Crosby has been selected to receive a $5.8 million loan through The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009, USDA Rural Development St.te Director Jasper Schneider announced Tuesday.”
“OK: Well, speaking of the community: Were the single folks in Crosby just plain boring to you, or do you enjoy telling the secrets of old couples whove been married so long that no one even thinks they have secrets anymore?”
“There are far more interesting people in Crosby to talk about.”
“It seems clear that her marriage, like most of the marriages in Crosby, was determined by the limited number of choices available in the town, when she was too young to understand the consequences.”
“Us Penguin fans have a similar dilemma, given that Sidney Crosby is the team captain for the Canadian National team.”
“The Caps Pens rivalry, and the Ovechkin Crosby rivalry, are the best there are in sports nowadays.”
“By acquiring Guerin, who is 17 years older than captain Crosby, the Penguins picked up a second top six forward in less than a week.”
“It's too close to call right now between Malkin and Ovechkin for the Hart Trophy, but I do know that at the very worst, Crosby is still the third or fourth best player in the league.”
“Based on fan emails received and website postings, the general impression seems to be that Crosby is having an "off" season.”
“People seem to forget that Crosby is still only 21.”
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