Clarke

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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 Clarkes ran a drug export business to Northern Ireland, sending couriers onto the sea ferry in hire cars.
The Clarkes were frequent flyers to Dubai, where they stayed in top hotels and splashed cash.
While believing that Clarke should have opted not to confront the inebriated trespasser, Forsyth noted that the Clarkes "had five kids in the house," that Salinas was drunk (two-and one-half times the legal driving limit) and incoherent, and that he kept coming even when Clarke had "a gun pointed at him.
Valerie Clarke was awakened by the sound of someone rattling windows and doors at the Clarke home.
Tim Brookshaw had ridden La Grandesse to victory all those years ago and the Clarkes had point-to-point horses with Brookshaw's nephew, Steve.
It's a huge grin, full of teeth, and Stan Clarke flashes it constantly, disconcertingly.
It's an atmosphere set by the Clarkes that pervades the entire company.
Clarke, one of the most venerated names in New York residential real estate, does it all.
We are boring and bourgeois, but we will be around long after the Tony Clarkes of the Church have gone on to their next cause.
The answer lies in the fact that Clarkes productions have focused more and more on the visual landscape of the stage and less and less on how her dances traverse it.
Today, the Clarkes have moved on to a more profitable segment of the fashion industry--wedding gowns.