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Clarke

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

Clarke

(klahrk),
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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.
The Clarkes ran a drug export business to Northern Ireland, sending couriers onto the sea ferry in hire cars.
Sam Adams: Lucky for us the Clarkes were so stubborn!
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.
The real Church is also a place where people are too busy paying the bills to worry about the hothouse wranglings of what Cardinal Carter correctly called the "Ottawa curia." 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.
The Clarkes, who were notorious faces on Merseyside''s gangland scene, moved to west Lancashire several years ago after being released from prison.