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  • proper n. A male given name, an alternative spelling of Claus.


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  • Klaus is a very skilled researcher, but nothing he reads can save them from the treachery of the villainous Count Olaf.

    The End by Lemony Snicket: Questions

  • If all goes as was explained to me, Violet and Sunny should be adoptable within a couple of weeks, once they've been fixed; Klaus is adoptable once he stops hiding in corners and crying.

    September 6th, 2004

  • Klaus is incredibly shy, and likes to hide behind things.

    September 6th, 2004

  • Klaus is hiding behind the Noel Streatfield books, and Sunny doesn't know why he won't play with her.

    September 6th, 2004

  • His critics either call Klaus's performance "a failure" since it drew zero attention, so the world does not care for Klaus at all; or they call it "a shame" since someone noticed his

    Prague Monitor

  • Is it just possible that Mr. Klaus is going to shame us all by NOT leaving us in the lurch at the last minute but that he will find some way of spinning out the business of evading appending his signature to the Treaty on the Czech Republic's part?

    Do Something Popular, Mr. Cameron!

  • Julia retrieved the phone and called Klaus's agent, keeping her voice as neutral as she could.


  • Both were called Klaus, but one owned four horses and the other only one.

    The Yellow Fairy Book

  • Millions more are recovering from the damage Sunday, Jan. 25, in the wake of a storm dubbed Klaus by weather officials.

    Deutsche Welle: DW-WORLD.DE

  • Günter Verheugen: calls Klaus complicated | (Photo: European commission)


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