curled, the chief of the synagogue at Corinth (Acts 18:8). He was converted and, with his family, baptized by Paul (1 Cor. 1:14).
Four stories are narrated by crispus Jones, a charmer barely old enough to cross the street by himself.
crispus had followed the group of women, and our friend Paulus had followed crispus.
He also put his own son crispus to death, and other relations as well.
The Chondrus crispus of botanists, a well-known alga or seaweed.
Among the new victims whose turn was to come soon was crispus.
"I have sinned in the hour of death," answered crispus, beating his breast.
crispus, the chief ruler of the synagogue, and his family became converts, and were baptized.
crispus Attucks, a Negro, was the first to lay down his life in the defense of his country.
She had already been twice a widow, and the world said that she had poisoned her second husband, crispus Passienus.
crispus rubbed her into the dust; showed her all the misery and insignificance of her soul, which she had not suspected hitherto.