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Robert Crawford

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CRAWFORD, Robert (born 1959), Professor of Modern Scottish Literature, since 1995, and Bishop Wardlaw Professor of Poetry, School of English, University of St Andrews

CRAWFORD, Robert C. (1842 - 1924), Painter

CRAWFORD, Robert (died 1946), DL, JP

CRAWFORD, Robert Duncan (died 1936)

CRAWFORD, Robert Gammie (born 1924), Chairman, Highlands and Islands Airports Ltd, 1986–93

CRAWFORD, (Robert Hardie) Bruce (born 1955), JP; Member (SNP) Stirling, Scottish Parliament, since 2007 (Scotland Mid and Fife, 1999–2007)

CRAWFORD, Robert James (born 1949), Vice-Chancellor, University of Waikato, since 2005

Crawford, Robert Lindsay (1868–1945)

Crawford, Robert MacArthur (1899 - 1961), baritone, composer, lyricist, conductor

CRAWFORD, Robert McKay (born 1951), Director, Organisational Development, States of Jersey, since 2012

CRAWFORD, (Robert) Norman (1923 - 1998), Chairman, R. N. Crawford & Co., Business Advisors, since 1968; Director, William Clark & Sons, 1983–88 (Chief Executive, 1983–87)

CRAWFORD, (Robert) Stewart (1913 - 2002), HM Diplomatic Service, retired

CRAWFORD, Robert (William Kenneth) (born 1945), Director-General, Imperial War Museum, 1995–2008 (Deputy Director-General, 1982–95)

CROOKS, Robert Crawford (1894 - 1951), Royal Navy

Dillon, Robert Crawford (1795-1847), author and rebel Church of England clergyman

Howell, Robert Boyte Crawford (1801 - 1868), Baptist Clergy

Lindsay, David Alexander Robert, twenty-eighth earl of Crawford and eleventh earl of Balcarres (1900-1975), connoisseur of the arts and politician

Obesity Prevention And Public Health. David Crawford and Robert W Jeffrey (eds). Oxford University Press, pp. 352, £49.50, 2005, ISBN: 0-19-856600-X.

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Robert Crawford (c. 1695—1733) poet

Robert Crawford (1959– )

Robert Crawford (1959– )

Robert Crawford Dillon (1795—1847) author and rebel Church of England clergyman

Robert Lindsay Crawford (1868—1945)

 

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(1959– )

Poet, critic, and anthologist, born at Bellshill, Lanarkshire; he studied English at the universities of Glasgow and Oxford, moving on to become professor of modern Scottish literature at St ...

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