from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- Clarke, Arthur Charles Born 1917. British writer, scientist, and underwater explorer noted for his stories of space exploration. His works include 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968).
- Clarke, Kenneth Spearman Known as "Kenny.” 1914-1985. American jazz drummer who was a leading contributor to bop. He originated the now standard practice of maintaining a fixed pulse on a cymbal rather than the bass drum.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- proper n. An English occupational surname, a variant of Clark
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 Clarke, _Sufferings of Lewis and Milton Clarke_, p. 104.
I have to say when I think of Dany, Emilia Clarke is amazingly similar to what I've pictured her as.
Chandra Clarke is the founder, co-owner, and president of Scribendi. com, an online English-language editing and proofreading company.
Julia Clarke is associate professor of paleontology at the University of Texas at Austin.
Although the Clarke is a British award, it is the place of publication that determines eligibility, not the nationality or residency of the author.
Those charges followed the release of documents that Dr. Rice says disprove what she calls Clarke's "scurrilous" allegation that the president was not attentive to terrorism.
Conservative Party's grass-roots members, Justice Secretary Ken Clarke is expected Tuesday to announce plans to force prisoners to work 40-hour weeks, with a part of the money earmarked for compensating crime victims.
Clarke is a Republican who served two Republican Presidents, as well as Clinton.
Noel Clarke is an amazing actor, writer and producer.
This novel won both the Hugo and Nebula awards upon its release, and is widely regarded as one of the cornerstones in Clarke's bibliography.
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