Claude


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Claude

(klōd),
Henri, French psychiatrist, 1869-1945. See: Claude syndrome.
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Phlipote allows Claude entrance to her chamber, full of admiration for its graceful arrangements, its virgin cleanliness.
By the kind contrivance of Phlipote herself, Claude gains the much-desired access to the object of his affections, but to his immense disillusion.
This was all that remained to Claude of his family; the young man took the child under his arm and went off in a pensive mood.
Little Jehan had lost his mother while he was still at the breast; Claude gave him to a nurse.
Nay, think again, Sir Claude," said Sir Nigel gently; "for you have ever had the name of a true and loyal knight.
Then, Sir Claude, I must lead the Company without you.
But though Kidd knew a great deal about Sir Claude--a great deal more, in fact, than there was to know-- it would never have crossed his wildest dreams to connect so showy an aristocrat with the newly-unearthed founder of Catastrophism, or to guess that Sir Claude Champion and John Boulnois could be intimate friends.
Sir Claude had carried the arts of publicity to perfection; and he seemed to take a crazy pleasure in being equally ostentatious in an intrigue that could do him no sort of honour.
If it be The Black Wolf," whispered Father Claude to the boy, "no worse fate could befall us for he preys ever upon the clergy, and when drunk as he now is, he murders his victims.
The good Father Claude does not know Norman of Torn if he thinks he runs out the back door like an old woman because a sword looks in at the front door.
It was the unfortunate condition of Claude Nutcombe which made life in the country a necessity.
To the Claude Nutcombes of the world are vouchsafed the Elizabeths.