A spokesman for clarence House said: “The office of Prince Charles was unaware of his previous convictions.”
Not only did clarence Thomas put out an opinion that said the law was silly, Scalia basically said yeah, they should be in jail.
They had been found guilty of accessing the voicemails of staff at clarence House, mainly aides to the royal princes.
Another little-known figure you feature is clarence King, the head of the U.S. Geological Survey in the late 19th century.
Justices Scalia and clarence Thomas—both hostile to affirmative action—claim to be constitutional originalists.
clarence did not answer this question directly: 'But,' he objected desperately, 'those were converted Indians.
She was examining clarence with the eye of a practised dogwoman.
"I don't suppose it will surprise you to hear that clarence and I have decided to try a change," Rachael said slowly.
She hated the thought of anything having happened to clarence.
Forward, the latter held a slight superiority; but this was balanced by the inspired goal-keeping of clarence Tresillian.
surname, from Medieval Latin Clarencia, name of dukedom created 1362 for Lionel, third son of Edward III, so called from town of Clare, Suffolk, whose heiress Lionel married. Used as a masc. proper name from late 19c. As a type of four-wheeled closed carriage, named for the Duke of Clarence, later William IV.