She looked again at Mr. clacton; yes, he was bald, and so are cock-sparrows.
I take this report from the clacton Graphic of February 20, 1915.
Here Mr. clacton opened the door, and came in, holding a typewritten letter in his hand, which he was reading aloud.
Blackpool and Douglas are grander in their kind than clacton.
"We learn to do without holidays, Miss Datchet," said Mr. clacton, with a spark of satisfaction in his eye.
"A most excellent object," said Mr. clacton in his professional manner.
Which reminds me, Mr. clacton, don't you think we should circularize the provinces with Partridge's last speech?
At his examination in bankruptcy a clacton monumental mason attributed his failure to the healthfulness of the neighborhood.
Mr. clacton himself had been vaguely impressed by something in Mary's behavior towards him.
People came in to see Mr. clacton on business, and a seductive smell of cigarette smoke issued from his room.