- Edward Gordon,1872–1966, English stage designer, producer, and author.
- a male given name: from a Welsh family name meaning “rock.”
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If he were hanged for it he had run his craig into the noose.Two Penniless Princesses
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My father died suddenly and Craig Winton asked me to marry him.Highacres
Captain Craig could not imagine that happening in his lifetime.
Craig was in a hurry and in a state of mind; his language revealed his feelings.
They had hauled plenty of explosive for the Comas—for Craig.
- a Scot word for crag
- Edward Gordon. 1872–1966, English theatrical designer, actor, and director. His nonrealistic scenic design greatly influenced theatre in Europe and the US
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