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 [kla´vus] (pl. cla´vi) (L.)
clavus hyste´ricus a sharp, painful sensation as if a nail were being driven into the head. It is usually regarded as a conversion symptom.
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Plural of clavus.
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After eight games and as many tries for Clav, Stanojevic moved West to university in Bristol, which was when his raw talent - as a 17-year-old at Warwick School he could run the 100 metres in 10.7 seconds - was honed in a more conventional way at Bristol's Academy.
DUNSTON SOCIAL (The Clav) Ravensworth DUNSTON, NE11 Every Sat and Singer in the Lounge from 8.30pm -The next night, Trembling Bells - then 10.00pm -Bingo Sat -9.30pm -Sunday -1.30pm -also Glasgow-based - are the guests.
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They are also available from: Gateshead Civic Centre; Dunston Social Club (The Clav); The Tudor Rose; Dunston Excelsior CIU; Holmeside Hall CIU, Myrtle Avenue; Russells Barbers, Ravensworth Road; The Back Page, 56 Saint Andrews Street, Newcastle; Coatsworth News, Coatsworth Avenue; Redheugh Boys Club; High Fell Social Club, Old Durham Road.
All welcome afterwards at The Clav. Family flowers only please, but donations in lieu may be given at the service for The British Heart Foundation.
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The band, who supported names such as Free and Hot Chocolate, will perform in the The Clav room which they have been offered free, and it includes support from Jasper Hart, another band popular during their era and which used to include AC/DC star Brian Johnson.
After enjoying the afternoon together in the Black Garter in the city centre, Sam went to meet old work colleagues while Tony returned to their local, the Clav, in Dunston.
All welcome afterwards for refreshments at Dunston Social Club (The Clav).