Clark


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Clark

(klahrk),
Wallace H., Jr., 20th-century U.S. dermatopathologist. See: Clark level.

Clark

(klahrk),
Alonzo, U.S pharmacologist, 1807-1887. See: Clark weight rule.

Clark

(klahrk),
Eliot R., U.S. anatomist, 1881-1963. See: Sandison-Clark chamber.

Clark

(klahrk),
Leland, Jr., 20th-century U.S. biochemist. See: Clark electrode.
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If such a rationality existed," Clark goes on, we'd pin our fundamentalist opposition to the wall by exercising it, and then there wouldn't be any of them left to deal with.
Clark, a part-time Burger King employee who first drew detectives' suspicions when they went to interview his sex-offender father, has pleaded not guilty and was being held in lieu of $5 million bail.
Clark, however, as all the obituaries in the major newspapers of this country made dear, remained a diehard integrationist, and that was why, in the end, he thought that much of what he worked so hard for had failed, and the reason why that genuine sorrow I witnessed that afternoon in 1990 has stayed with me.
As he moved toward the scene, Clark attempted to flee on foot.
Taking and giving shots, the camera appears in Tulsa as both gun and hypodermic needle (by extension, pen and penis)--and thus the book becomes as much a portrait manque of Clark as an autoerotically asphyxiated implication of its own production.
What fascinated me about Lewis was his intense personal loneliness and the intriguing hints in the record that he had a much more intense feeling of comradeship for Clark than Clark did for him," explains Hall.
In searching for the "real" York, the author laments the fact that stereotypical myths about the first known black to see the Pacific Ocean overshadow reality as recorded in the journals of William Clark and Meriwether Lewis.
When Clark announced his candidacy in September, armies of Washingtonians called the Aa'kansas headquarters--or drove to Little Rock--looking for ways to join the campaign.
The couple met in 1933, when Archbishop Clark was a priest at Christ Church Cathedral in Ottawa.
Lewis and Clark were successful in part because of the Shoshone woman Sacajawea, who joined the expedition with her husband Toussaint Charbonneau, a hired interpreter.
Clark himself, with his trademark shaved head, went one step further and enacted sex performances with fellow choreographer Stephen Petronio.