She lives with her husband, Claude, and her son, Ezra, in Los Angeles.
Then, just before Bush moved to the White House, Texas executed Claude Jones.
The first commission member to be forced out was Claude Peterson, a Vietnam vet who had signed the petition.
Since Wendy died, Lucy had been raised by Bruce and his third wife, Claude, along with their children, Jack and Dash.
Claude Lanzmann was one of Simone de Beauvoir's “contingent lovers,” a role officially approved by Sartre.
All that to tell of a particular letter Claude received on that day.
Who should he be but the pride of the village, Claude Melnotte?
Claude could not help thinking that there was small ground for encouragement, but he would not damp her sweet hopefulness.
I saw Claude in the lane—I shall have an excellent opportunity.
What a fellow you are, Claude, for always turning up at the right time.
Claude (klōd), Albert. 1899-1983.
Belgian-born American biologist who was among the first to use the electron microscope for biological research. He shared a 1974 Nobel Prize for developing methods of separating and analyzing cell components.