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  • All the still outstanding precincts are in Clermont, which is a rural county.

    08/02/2005

  • Livingston began to build a steam-boat which he called the Clermont -- the name of Chancellor Livingston's country home.

    The Story of Manhattan

  • Clermont is favorite to top the pool at 7/4 (general) but any one of its opponents could prevail: Leinster, 11/4 with Sportingbet, will certainly give the French side a run for its money, while 6/1 outsider Racing M é tro is currently leading France's Top 14.

    Tip of the Day

  • All of them know the maths – the superior French playing budgets, the presence of 30 internationals in Clermont's nominated squad list of 38 – but take the view that only 15 players can take the field at any one time (aside from the Ospreys, obviously).

    Heineken Cup: Welsh giants the best bet to stop the French juggernaut

  • The couple had expected to retire and downsize when they bought a condo in Clermont, Fla., near Orlando, in 2007 for $192,000.

    What Does the 'Foreclosure Crisis' Mean for You?

  • The After Nam Group, based in Clermont County, a support group for Vietnam veterans.

    Cincinnati Enquirer - Phony Veteran Exposed

  • Couthon worked as a lawyer in Clermont-Ferrand in the late 1780s, until he was sent to Paris in 1791 as a deputy to the Legislative

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  • "The emergency fund is really for the car breaks down, you need a new roof," says Cary Carbonaro, a financial planner in Clermont, Fla.

    Parents of teens ride waves of expenses

  • Here the name Clermont denotes, of course, a place.

    Bussy D'Ambois and The Revenge of Bussy D'Ambois

  • Eugenia, notwithstanding her extreme youth, secretly applauded and admired a search of knowledge she would gladly have participated; though she was not incurious to see the youth she considered as her destined partner for life, and to whom all her literary labours had been directed: for the never-failing method of Sir Hugh to stimulate her if she was idle, had been to assure her that, unless she worked harder, her cousin Clermont would eclipse her.

    Camilla: or, A Picture of Youth

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