Cramer

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Cramer /ˈkrmər/ is a surname. A British surname, with variant spellings such as Cranmere, Cranmer, Crammer.[1][2] It can also be an Anglicized version of the German surname Krämer (pronounced [ˈkʁɛːmɐ]) which is an old term for the profession of traveling merchants in the Late Middle Ages. The meaning later changed to "merchants trading with different, rather small things".[3] See also: Kramer (disambiguation).

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Robert Campbell Cramer, Psy.D, BCBA-D, LPC-S (born 1972) Psychologist, Behavior Analyst, Professionsl Counselor & Supervisor, father of four girls from Corpus Christi, Texas

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