from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. See creese.


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  • CRIS: Cris and OL finally came to a happy medium and our captain has penned a new two year deal.

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  • San Cris is much flatter, both of them are at an altitude that could be a problem if you aren't used to it.

    Retirement Heaven

  • ` ` When goalies like that are playing well, and as good as Cris is playing, it gives a team so much confidence. - Hockey - Minnesota vs. Montreal

  • It's a mountainous road with twists and turns but you'll be used to that after driving 'up' to San Cris from the isthmus.

    San Cristobal de las Casas to Palenque

  • San Cris is a very Indian town, with amazing handicrafts (all sorts of embroidery, wild patterns), lots of kids as aggressive as they are cute selling you friendship bracelets and Subcomandante Marcos dolls.

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  • John Moore called Cris a "superlative newcomer" in his review of

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  • Monday in New York, Gruden will tape CBS 'Late Night with David Letterman and then drop by the Sports Emmy award show to see if he's won for best event analyst in a category whose nominees include TV veterans such as Cris Collinsworth, Tim McCarver and Phil Simms.

    Draft days were breeze for Jon Gruden

  • Ending two months of sometimes idiotic speculation in the food world, a Transition source announced today that White House Executive Chef Cristeta "Cris" Comerford will continue in her position when The Obamas move in to the White House pictured, above.

    Cris Comerford Remains Top Toque in The Obama Foodorama

  • “Yes,” I say, quietly knowing I’m this much closer to never having to call Cris Fuller “Mr.” again.

    Good-Bye To All That

  • Cristobal "Cris" Lee was also right on the mark as he fired five hits in 8, two shots each in

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