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Clau·di·us

(klow'dē-ŭs),
Friedrich M., German anatomist, 1822-1869. See: Claudius cells, Claudius fossa.
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* Claudius: The King of Denmark, Hamlet's uncle, and the play's antagonist.
We did not know Jeff Nagy, nor had we read his prior work, including the deleted piece he published as "Jacqueline Rigault" (and which was subsequently written about by Amy King and Lynn Melnick for VIDA's "Report from the Field" in May 2014), or that he had been one of the editors of The Claudius App referred to in the "No Manifesto" published in Chicago Review in 2015, prior to his and Turner's submission of Giraudon's work.
Finally, Hamlet has a chance to kill Claudius but hesitates because of his weak will.
Only an act of the will can do that, and Claudius was unwilling to make the sacrifices required of him: namely, publicly acknowledge the murder of his brother and give up his crown, his own ambition and his queen.
She was quite well known for her performances in David Copperfield, The District Nurse, I Claudius, Taff Acre, We Are Seven and played Ringo Starr's girlfriend in That'll Be The Day."
Emperor Claudius II banned marriages, because he believed that it distracted soldiers.
Here we have a court conniving with Claudius's outrageous marriage, blind to the dangers of a takeover from those outside the state with militaristic ambition with an army led by Fortinbras to put those ambitions into devastating effect.
"Erica and Claudius have been instrumental in the growth and success of Pettigrew & Associates and we are proud to recognize this outstanding achievement," says Pettigrew & Associates CEO, Debra Hicks PE/PSI.
Hamlet's mother, Gertrude, can come across as either Claudius' co-conspirator or Hamlet's defender.
UAE Foreign Minister Shaikh Abdullah bin Zayed Al Nahyan met the Prime Minister of Grenada Keith Claudius Mitchell, at the headquarters of the United Nations (UN) in New York on the sidelines of the 69th Session of the UN General Assembly.
John Dougall, Keith Bartlett, Rawiri Paratene / Claudius and Polonius
Adopted by his stepfather the Emperor Claudius in AD 50, Nero became Emperor himself in 54, aged 16, on Claudius's death.