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CROFT, obsolete. A little close adjoining to a dwelling-house, and enclosed for pasture or arable, or any particular use. Jacob's Law Dict.

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Sir Walter was not very wise; but still he had experience enough of the world to feel, that a more unobjectionable tenant, in all essentials, than Admiral Croft bid fair to be, could hardly offer.
Azerbaijani Foreign Minister Elmar Mammadyarov has met with outgoing Ambassador of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland to the country Carole Crofts,Trendreports referring to the Azerbaijani Foreign Ministry.
"I believe it is the view of crofting communities that a crofter has a statutory heritable right of tenancy and therefore crofts and croft property should be exempt.
Bride and Groom: Kelly Mclintock and Steven Crofts, both from the Stockton area, now living in the Midlands Married at: Sporting Lodge, Middlesbrough When?
Wirral coroner Christopher Johnson opened the inquest into the death of Robbie Crofts, 21, from New Brighton, yesterday.
The coastguard discovered the item of clothing near the lifeguard station on New Brighton beach at 4.55pm yesterday and alerted detectives leading the search for 21-year-old Robbie Crofts.
ANDREW CROFTS is relishing Norwich's trip to Chelsea - and a long-awaited reunion with former flatmate John Terry.
ANDREW CROFTS scored two second-half goals as Norwich enhanced their promotion credentials with a hard-fought victory over Sheffield United.
John MacDonald, a neighbour, said: "I think crofts are for crofters.
Demand for crofts has led to property "hot spots" around Stornoway, Inverness, Portree and Lerwick.
Crofts, the 31-year-old player of the season , last week announced that he was joining Cov's newly-promoted Premiership Two rivals Birmingham Solihull.
Thorough preparation was made for the UEFA Europa League Final in Baku, Carole Crofts, UK ambassador to Azerbaijan, said at a briefing on May 27.