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Clarke

(klahrk),
Jacob A.L., English anatomist, 1817-1880. See: Clarke column, Clarke nucleus.

Clarke

(klahrk),
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answered Doctor Clarke, with a grave smile; "and if you be wise you will put up the same prayer for yourself.
The person whom he had now encountered was the physician, Doctor Clarke, the duties of whose sad profession had led him to the Province House, where he was an infrequent guest in more prosperous times.
He also reminded Clarke it was his obligation as a landlord to see the property's heating was safe.
Clarke shakes his head when he thinks about the long hours spent poring over documents, writing and rewriting Viacom's takeover script.
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Although Ponting claimed in his book 'At The Close Of Play' that he and Clarke were close friends in 2005 and that he believed Clarke would succeed him as Australian captain, however, that relationship changed when Clarke struck up a relationship with Bingle.
A jury at Liverpool Crown Court took four hours to unanimously convict Anthony Clarke of the murder of Polish waitress Monika Szmecht.
WATERTOWN, CT / FORT MYERS, FL Clarke Aldelbert Palmer died peacefully on Sunday, March 11th, after a brief illness.
Shaun Clarke, 45, knifed ex-girlfriend Donna Wilson, 30, to death before hanging himself near his home at Burton-on-Trent.
To the right, on the other side of the wall, her big sister Tessa Clarke, 19, commands the bass and microphone while playing their song ``Keep Me Satisfied.
DARREN Clarke showed enormous integrity for a second occasion in four days after being told to record a penalty following a bizarre incident during the first day of the BMW Championship.
Clarke of the University of Michigan Medical School in Ann Arbor and his colleagues reported that a small minority of human breast cancer cells, perhaps just 1 in 100, forms tumors when implanted into mice.