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Clark

(klahrk),
Wallace H., Jr., 20th-century U.S. dermatopathologist. See: Clark level.

Clark

(klahrk),
Alonzo, U.S pharmacologist, 1807-1887. See: Clark weight rule.

Clark

(klahrk),
Eliot R., U.S. anatomist, 1881-1963. See: Sandison-Clark chamber.

Clark

(klahrk),
Leland, Jr., 20th-century U.S. biochemist. See: Clark electrode.
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The Attorney General filed an emergency motion in the Sixth Circuit to revoke Clarks release.
Members of the Lane County Sheriff's Office search and rescue team assisted Springfield police in searching for the weapon Saturday morning in the vicinity of the Clarks' home on Edgemont Way near Kelly Butte.
Further expansion was announced yesterday by Clarks Motor Services, which is taking over a dealership development site from Startin.
Clarks says the three-unit 26-megawatt powerhouse, built in 1929, had reached the end of its economic life, producing only 190,000 operating megawatt hours annually, Its replacement, a two-unit 45-megawatt station situated on the opposite bank of the Michipicoten will generate 240,000 megawatt hours annually.
In June 1988 Arthur Clarks was awarded $5,600,000 in damages from K-Mart for injuries he sustained while unloading his truck.
of Clarks, in 1988 a jury awarded Arthur Clarks $5.6 million in personal injury damages in a suit against K-Mart for head injuries he incurred while loading his truck.
Alone in a place I now call Ponderosa Flat (saluting a monstrous pine passed up by loggers), I was camped by a willow-lined headwater stream, Clarks Creek.
The new BCDA headquarters is within the 177-hectare Clark Global City owned by Udenna Corp., which has also contributed to Clarks improved investor climate by providing high-quality office buildings in the area.
TULSA Curt Clark has one piece of advice for anyone looking for a franchise opportunity.
Clark (nee Wilson), widow of the late Archbishop Howard H.
The son of the Surrealist Matta (Roberto Matta-Echaurren) and the artist Anne Clark and godchild of Marcel Duchamp, with whom he played a regular game of chess in the Village, and onetime assistant to Dennis Oppenheim and Robert Smithson, Matta-Clark was nothing if not mercurial.
Thatcher's Minister: The Private Diaries of Alan Clark is, of course, British.