[klair; French kler]
- Re·né [ruh-ney] /rəˈneɪ/, 1898–1981, French motion-picture director and writer.
- a male or female given name.
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In spite of the dangerous nature of the evacuation, Clair said there had been no injuries or casualties.Hundreds Evacuated From NYU’s Tisch Hospital in Hurricane Sandy
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He found St. Clair standing by the gangway, and called him by name.
He was mortally wounded; and it was from him that I learned most about St. Clair and how he ended.
Among them St. Clair stood on the lower deck and looked at Jamie.
"She gets any that have got money in," retorted St. Clair grimly.
Clair peninsula of Ontario is especially famous for its peaches and grapes.Up To Date Business
- René (rəne), real name René Chomette. 1898–1981, French film director; noted for his comedies including An Italian Straw Hat (1928) and pioneering sound films such as Sous les toits de Paris (1930); later films include Les Belles de nuit (1952)
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