How to use Cronin in a sentence
Remarkably, Hankins and Cronin had never met during their nine years as co-workers until they had breakfast following Cronin’s promotion.Trail Blazers president made it from the Twitter streets to the corner office | Ben Golliver | February 26, 2022 | Washington Post
Cronin talked with Science News about the recent eruption, why its tsunami was so unusual and his and his colleagues’ efforts to piece together the volcano’s history.What the Tonga volcano’s past tells us about what to expect next | Carolyn Gramling | January 21, 2022 | Science News
Cronin has historically coached stronger defensive teams than offensive ones, but this season has been an exception.
“It’s possible that by cleaning up pollution, places might experience fewer storms,” says Cronin.
Cronin, drafted in the fourth round in 2019, is a left-handed reliever with a lot of promise.Nationals’ top pitching prospects getting set for spring training spotlight | Jesse Dougherty | February 17, 2021 | Washington Post
Cronin takes this angle when explaining his interest in vampires.
The Summer Guest By Justin Cronin The quintessential summer book.
For those who are as captivated by this book as I am, try also Cronin's Mary and O'Neil—absolutely stupendous.
Cronin is one of those authors whose personal story quickly becomes the story.
Her mother had long ago unearthed Fanny Cronin from some lair in Philadelphia to be her official companion.
She went out of the room, and Fanny Cronin settled comfortably down once more to the competent exercise of her profession.
Miss Cronin looked at Mrs. Clem Hodson, hesitated, and then made a very definite rabbit's mouth.
On this occasion Miss Cronin was as usual in the house, and begged that Mr. Braybrooke would come up.
On ascertaining that she was not at home he sent up his name to Miss Cronin, who was practically always in the house.
British Dictionary definitions for Cronin
A (rchibald) J (oseph). 1896–1981, British novelist and physician. His works include Hatter's Castle (1931), The Judas Tree (1961), and Dr Finlay's Casebook, a TV series based on his medical experiences
James Watson. born 1931, US physicist; shared the Nobel prize for physics (1980) for his work on parity conservation in weak interactions
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