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Crespo is a Spanish and Portuguese surname, and a place name. It may refer to:

People:
Alberto Crespo (1920-1991), Argentine race car driver,
Alphonse Crespo (born ?), Swiss orthopedic surgeon,
Andrés Crespo (born 1968), Spanish Olympian fencer,
Ángel Crespo (1926-1995), Spanish poet and translator,
César Crespo (born 1979), Puerto Rican baseball player,
Cristóbal Márquez Crespo (born 1984), Spanish footballer,
Daniel Fernández Crespo (1901-1964), Uruguayan political figure,
David Crespo (born 1994), Portuguese footballer,
Diane Crespo (born 1961), U.S. film producer and director,
Domingo Crespo (1791-1871), Argentine politician,
Edgar Crespo (born 1989), Panamanian Olympian swimmer,
Eduardo Alonso-Crespo (born 1965), Argentine opera composer,
Elvis Crespo (Díaz) (born 1971), Puerto Rican-American merengue singer,
Enrique Barón Crespo (born 1944), Spanish politician, economist, and lawyer,
Ernesto Horacio Crespo (born ?), Argentine brigadier general,
Evaristo Crespo Azorín (1863-1941), Spanish lawyer, politician and professor,
Felipe Crespo (born 1973), Puerto Rican baseball player,
Fred Crespo (born ?), U.S. (Illinoisan) politician,
Gonçalves Crespo (1846-1883), Brazilian-born Portuguese poet,
Hernán Crespo (born 1975), Argentine footballer,
Israel Crespo (1986- 2007), Puerto Rican boxer,
Jaime Crespo (born 1961), U.S. artist, musician, and writer,
Jesus Munõz Crespo (1899-1979), Portuguese footballer,
Jimmy Crespo (born 1954 ), U.S. guitarist,
Joan Crespo (born ?), Spanish slalom canoer,
Joaquín Crespo (Torres) (1841-1898), Venezuelan politician and soldier,
Jorge Juan Crespo de la Serna (1887-1978), Mexican artist, art critic, and historian,
José Álvarez Crespo (born 1945), Mexican Olympic footballer,
José Ángel Crespo (Rincón) (born 1987), Spanish footballer,
José Antonio Crespo (Ortiz) (born 1977), Spanish badminton player,
José Manuel Colmenero Crespo (born 1973), Spanish footballer,
José Manuel Crespo (born 1972), Spanish Olympian sprint canoer,
Luis Cordero Crespo (Cordero y Crespo) (1833-1912), Ecuadorian president (1892-'95),
Marcos Crespo (born 1980), U.S. (New Yorker) politician,
María del Carmen Crespo Díaz (born ?), Spanish politician,
Mário Crespo (born 1947), Portuguese journalist and reporter,
Milagros Crespo (born 1979), Cuban Olympic beach volleyball player,
Paul Crespo (born June 8, 1964), U.S. political commentator, consultant, and activist,
Pedro Crespo (Bofill) (born ?), Spanish applied mathematician, electrical engineer, and professor,
Remigio Crespo Toral (1860-1939), Ecuadorian writer,
Rodrigo Crespo (born 1979), Argentine musician, producer, songwriter, and performer,
Rogelio Crespo (1891-?), Cuban baseball player,
Rolando Crespo (born ?), Puerto Rican politician,
Salvador Crespo (Romera) (born 1983), Spanish distance runner,
Victor Crespo (born 1932), Portuguese politician,

Spanish Counts of Castillo Fiel:
Alfonso Crespo, 6th Count of Castillo Fiel (1873-?),
Carlos Crespo, 7th Count of Castillo Fiel (1911-1963),
Eduardo Crespo, 8th Count of Castillo Fiel (?-1989),

Places:
Crespo, Entre Ríos, Argentine city in the province of Entre Ríos,
Crespo mine, Peruvian silver mine in the Ayacucho region,
Crespo Municipality, Venezuelan municipality in the state of Lara,
Ejutla de Crespo, Mexican city and a municipality in the state of Oaxaca,
José Crespo Y Castillo District, Peruvian district in the province of Leoncio Prado,
Preto do Crespo River, Brazilian river in the state of Rondônia,
Rio Crespo, Brazilian municipality in the state of Rondônia,
Villa Crespo, Argentine neighbourhood of Buenos Aires,
Villa Crespo y San Andrés, Uruguayan town in the department of Canelones,

Other:
Nexus S, Android phone with the codename Crespo

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