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Project Justification & History : This project constitutes one of six subprojects included in the Crooked Creek Basin Improvements.
At Crooked Ways festival we have a stage solely devoted to artists from Yorkshire, the Crooked Ways Presents stage.
Crooked Letter, Crooked Letter is a compelling blend of past and present, one that takes a little time to gain traction but is worth the wait.
Furthermore, the number of unused logs and log sections left in the forest after thinnings is increasing since they are small and crooked with very limited commercial use, and their price has declined.
Kenny came up; first guy to switch crooked grind a real rail.
In A Guide To The Crooked Road: Virginia's Heritage Music Trail, music historian, folklorist Joe Wilson (who is also Chairman of the National Council for the Traditional Arts and producer of forty-one large-scale music festivals in eleven states) introduces music lovers to a tour of ten Virginian counties providing a traveler's guide to the area's distinctive musical attractions, as well as opportunities to enjoy local crafts, outdoor recreation, lodging and dining while doing so.
Diotte says he doesn't think that the new law will stop crooked businessmen from ripping off their customers.
Repair of a crooked nose deformity can be a formidable task.
After getting away with it once, crooked vendors know your client has poor internal controls and that she just assumes she ordered the items, they were delivered and she should pay the bill.
The trees I had seen in people's yards and in the parks of my hometown were far too crooked to be used for lumber.
IN ``The Crooked E: The Unshredded Truth About Enron,'' the first line of dialogue is, ``America wasn't settled - America was conquered.
Caption: Crooked River Brewing Company of Cleveland, OH, is introducing its fall seasonal beer, Pumpkin Harvest Ale.