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  • The Crawfords are a fine old family, and not one of them could be capable of crime.

    The Gold Bag

  • The Crawfords were a very handsome race; he was anxious that this, their thirteenth representative, should be worthy, even physically, of his ancestors.

    Scottish sketches

  • The men examined them attentively, talking of "cling stones," "free stones," "Crawfords," and other technicalities which Bobby could not understand.

    The Adventures of Bobby Orde

  • With his mother busy earning her keep through household devotions and the Crawfords focused on their own offspring, the skinny lad quickly learned self-reliance.

    A Country of Vast Designs

  • His father had died before his birth, and his mother moved with her three boys into the plantation home of her sister and brother-in-law, the Crawfords, who had eight children of their own.

    A Country of Vast Designs

  • His father had died before his birth, and his mother moved with her three boys into the plantation home of her sister and brother-in-law, the Crawfords, who had eight children of their own.

    A Country of Vast Designs

  • With his mother busy earning her keep through household devotions and the Crawfords focused on their own offspring, the skinny lad quickly learned self-reliance.

    A Country of Vast Designs

  • The Crawfords have decided to sell the home because of the "demands of older age" that make it difficult to visit the property, says Mr. Crawford, who formerly worked in the commercial real estate business.

    Bahamas Hideaway

  • Mansfield Park, by Jane Austen The Bertrams play "speculation" with Fanny and the cunning Crawfords.

    Ten of the best card games in literature

  • The Crawfords are dead and buried in the bone orchard, but the house is still there.

    Weasel

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