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  • Crace — Jim Crace (* 1. März 1946 in Hertfordshire, England) ist ein britischer Schriftsteller. Er lebt in der Nähe von Birmingham. Crace, der zu den bedeutendsten britischen Autoren der Gegenwart zählt, schrieb bisher sieben Romane und erhielt nahezu… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Crace — This most interesting and unusual surname is of either Anglo Saxon or French origin. Firstly, it may derive from the Olde English pre 7th Century word creas , Middle English crease , meaning fine, elegant, as a nickname for someone who dressed in …   Surnames reference

  • crace — crà·ce s.m. TS ornit. uccello del genere Crace | con iniz. maiusc., genere della famiglia dei Cracidi {{line}} {{/line}} DATA: 1830. ETIMO: dal lat. scient. Crax, acis, der. del tema del gr. krázō gracido , di origine onom …   Dizionario italiano

  • crace — pancrace …   Dictionnaire des rimes

  • Crace, Australian Capital Territory — Crace Canberra, Australian Capital Territory Population: 0 Established: 2009 Postcode …   Wikipedia

  • Crace, Rear Admiral Sir John — 1887–1968    Crace was a British Admiral who commanded a squadron of Australian cruisers at the Battle of Coral Sea in May 1942. He had been sent to Port Moresby to intercept the Japanese invasion force. His squadron had no air cover and was… …   Who’s Who in World War Two

  • John Gregory Crace (designer) — John Gregory Crace (26 May 1809 – 13 August 1889) was an English interior decorator and author. Early life and educationThe Crace family had been prominent London interior decorators since Edward Crace (1725–1799), later keeper of the royal… …   Wikipedia

  • John Gregory Crace — Vice Admiral Sir John Gregory Crace KBE, CB (February 6, 1887 May 11, 1968) was an Australian who came to prominence as an officer of the British Royal Navy (RN). Crace nevertheless spent a great deal of his career with the Royal Australian Navy… …   Wikipedia

  • Jim Crace — (born March 1, 1946 in Hertfordshire, England) is a contemporary English writer. The winner of numerous awards, Crace also has a large popular following. He currently lives in the Moseley area of Birmingham with his wife. They have two… …   Wikipedia

  • John Crace (writer) — John Crace is a British journalist writing for The Guardian .Crace is probably best known for his The Digested Read column, in which he reviews new fiction by condensing it into short narratives of about 700 words. He has also written books on… …   Wikipedia

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