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Clarke

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

Clarke

(klahrk),
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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.
THE wife of jailed gangster Stephen Clarke "had it all", including exotic holidays and sports cars paid for by her husband's drugs money, prosecutors claimed yesterday.
Sydney, Nov 11 ( ANI ): Former Australian Ian Chappell has backed former skipper Ricky Ponting over current captain Michael Clarke, saying that Ponting has the edge over Clarke and has made the greater contribution in playing ability and overall leadership.
I've always found it tough to understand, the vitriol which Australian fans direct at Clarke.
The warm weather and practice games with the likes of Sean Lenning and Luis Moreno was all the preparation Clarke needed for a successful title run.
The toddler and his mum were renting a house from uncle Ervin McKenzie Clarke, of Harewood Mount, Meltham.
She describes how Clarke hoboed across the United States before settling in his beloved Harlem, New York for the remaining sixty or more years of his life.
Pittsburgh Tribune-Review stated: "Golfer Darren Clarke mourns death of his wife.
Like many hockey players, Clarke has golfed a little, too.
George and Rue by George Elliott Clarke Carroll & Graf, February 2006 $23, ISBN 0-7867-1620-7
Archbishop Clarke Clarke is diocesan bishop of Athabasca, which covers the northern half of Alberta, and is metropolitan, or regional bishop, of the ecclesiastical (church) province of Rupert's Land, where both Athabasca and Calgary are located.
In her review of publications by Rebecca Clarke (Notes, September 2003), Liane Curtis introduces a number of misleading observations.