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of very poor quality

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Mr Crumby with his family after receiving his Legion d'Honneur at Liverpool Town Hall last year Picture: JAMES O'HANLON
Lucent now has come out and quadrupled that," Crumby notes.
Biscuit fury: HobNobs at the centre of race row Crumby comment: Neil, right, called Abbot and Portillo 'a chocolate Hob-Nob and a custard cream'
Lewis Crumby pleaded guilty at Warwick Crown Court on Friday to carrying out burglaries at houses in Solihull, Knowle and Acocks Green.
Andrew's crumby problem came to a head when, concerned about his selective diet, his girlfriend Caroline Lister, 24, wrote to food experts.
BORO headed into the New Year on the back of a pretty crumby Christmas after taking just four points from a possible 12 and found themselves fifth from bottom.
There was no identity," says Martin, "so we decided we had to strip everything away, to go back into a crumby rehearsal room with beer on the floor and band names etched into the pillars and just play together.
Mellor and her husband, Robin Crumby, launched Melcrum Publishing nine years ago.
Principal Private Secretary at 10 Downing Street Sir Robert Armstrong wrote: "This makes an old Persian rug look pretty crumby.
My first journalism job was as a junior reporter on a crumby free newspaper in Haslemere, Surrey, and one of my first jobs was to be dispatched to the town's parish hall to join the local Lib Dems in a question and answer session with a newly-elected Paddy Ashdown.
Our numbers are definitely up looking at individual industries," said Al Crumby, manager of labor market information.
While it's cooking, mix together the crumble ingredients until it all looks very crumby.
Bridesmaids were Amy Strange, Kristy Anderson, Lisa Nothstine, Ashley Crumby, Lizzy Thomas, Lauren Chenoweth, Laura Cole, and Brynn Rogel.
Biscuit fury: HobNobs at the centre of race row Crumby comment: Neil, right, called Abbot and Portillo 'a chocolate Hob-Nob and a custard cream' Crumby comment: Neil, right, called Abbot and Portillo 'a chocolate Hob-Nob and a custard cream'