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  • As a caricature, rather than a fully developed character, Sir Level Clump is the repository of his society’s desires.

    Joanna Baillie’s Ecotopian Comedies

  • When the cattle are grazing there, one may often see them from the road over the eastern leg of Old Clump which is lower, silhouetted against the evening sky.

    My Boyhood

  • "Ash Dump" -- "Clump," I mean -- was owned by a person named Cripps, Solomon

    Kent Knowles: Quahaug

  • He was rather pompous and surly when I first knocked at the door of his residence, but when he learned we were house-hunting and had our eyes upon the "Clump," he became very polite indeed.

    Kent Knowles: Quahaug

  • When the cattle are grazing there, one may often see them from the road over the eastern leg of Old Clump which is lower, silhouetted against the evening sky.

    My Boyhood

  • The Crazy Comics special contains 9 new strips: "Count Von Poo" by Jamie Smart, "Zombie Nation" by Luke Paton & Laura Howell, "Clump" by Lew Stringer, "Bovver Baby" by John Freeman & Paul J.

    Archive 2009-03-01

  • Eric Landrum & Michael A. Clump from Boise State University wondered the same thing and published an answer in 2004,.

    How do universities choose professors? The survey is in.

  • Eric Landrum & Michael A. Clump from Boise State University wondered the same thing and published an answer in 2004,.

    Archive 2007-09-01

  • “That Hampshire woman will kill her in two months, Clump, my boy, if she stops about her,” Dr. Squills said.

    Vanity Fair

  • Clump yourself in that category and move on with your RIGHT wing KNOW IT ALL AGENDA.

    Think Progress » FLASHBACK: Conservative Lawmakers Decried Clinton’s Attacks Against Osama As ‘Wag the Dog’

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