Clarke


Also found in: Dictionary, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

Clarke

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

Clarke

(klahrk),
References in classic literature ?
"It may be so," said Doctor Clarke, frowning as he spoke.
Captain Langford, who had been very active in this affair, was returning to the presence of Lady Eleanore Rochcliffe, when he encountered the physician, Doctor Clarke, with whom he had held some casual talk on the day of her arrival.
"God forbid!" 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.
"Poor youth!" said Doctor Clarke; and, moved by a deep sense of human weakness, a smile of caustic humor curled his lip even then.
Clarke claimed he had his last one before the accident about six to eight weeks previously at home, saying he had only become aware of it when he got up to make a cup of tea and his legs collapsed.
Pursuant to the Arrangement Agreement, Holloway shareholders will receive for each Holloway Share they own 0.65 of a common share of Clarke (the 'Clarke Shares').
Harry Clarke and Artistic Visions of the New Irish State Angela Griffith, Marguerite Helmers and Roisin Kennedy (eds.) Irish Academic Press, 29.95 [euro] ISBN 9781788550451
Clarke, 60, shouted, "This is private property!" and fired an air rifle projectile toward him, authorities said.
Carolyn Harris, MP for Swansea East, gave evidence at Cardiff Crown Court where her former senior aide Jenny Lee Clarke is standing trial.
Clarke started writing solo songs for The Hollies in 1967 and became the group's figurehead after Nash left in December 1968.
James Clarke likes to think of himself as, "just a farm boy from Idaho.