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  • After finishing the conversation, she pored through pages worth of contacts inscribed in the joint phone book—Collins, Clarey—many of whom she'd lost contact with, or only Aaron had ever really known.

    Paper Lanterns

  • Christopher Clarey of the International Herald Tribune observed that the curiosity factor was fleeting — and that was the highest compliment to trail-blazing women wrestlers:

    View from the Couch, Part 1 | PopPolitics.com

  • Christopher Clarey of the International Herald Tribune observed that the curiosity factor was fleeting — and that was the highest compliment to trail-blazing women wrestlers:

    View from the Couch, Part 1 | PopPolitics.com

  • Clarey watcher: ...lots of bad stuff has been done in the name of Islam and so Muslims, everywhere, bear some collective guilt for it and should apologize.

    "One lady told me she thinks I'm doing the right thing on this."

  • Christopher Clarey of the International Herald Tribune [7] observed that the curiosity factor was fleeting — and that was the highest compliment to trail-blazing women wrestlers:

    Print - View from the Couch, Part 1 | PopPolitics.com

  • This guys name was Clarey, had a lot of problems with me.

    Oral History Interview with Edwin Caldwell, March 2, 2001. Interview K-0202. Southern Oral History Program Collection (#4007)

  • Johan Clarey had been leading the competition with a time 1 minute, 55.80 seconds, followed by French compatriot Adrien Theaux and Patrick Kueng of Switzerland.

    The Seattle Times

  • "There wasn't so much wind on the track; it wasn't dangerous," Clarey said.

    NYT > Home Page

  • Hola to my friend and fellow Williams College alumnus Chris Clarey of The New York Times and International Herald-Tribune, the only other writer, besides me, here representing a mainstream U.S. news outlet; although there another dozen or so compadres from wire services like AP and Reuters and sport- or Olympic-specific outlets like Track and Field News, letsrun.com and FloTrack, the latter three of which do sensational work for hard-core devotees of the sport.

    SI.com

  • Johan Clarey had been leading the competition with a time 1 minute 55.80 seconds, followed by his French compatriot Adrien Théaux and Patrick Küng of Switzerland.

    NYT > Home Page

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