clementina smiled to think how far such a thing was from their imaginations.
"He means himself, Miss clementina," struck in Grant's voice laughingly.
On her way home clementina met a man walking swiftly forward.
clementina alone remained silent, clear-eyed, and unchanged.
Hes hungry, said Miss clementina; you should give him more dog biscuits.
But clementina did not come, neither did his hostess return.
clementina complained of a headache after dinner, and went to bed early.
My dearest clementina, I have come to support you on this trying occasion.
"clementina certainly is perfect, to keep her supremacy over that pretty little sister," thought Rice.
Fear not, sir; she went to her room, and told clementina not to disturb her.
"cross between tangerine and sour orange," 1926, from French clémentine (1902). Originally an accidental hybrid said to have been discovered by (and named for) Father Clement Rodier in the garden of his orphanage in Misserghin, near Oran, Algeria. Introduced into U.S. and grown at Citrus Research Center in Riverside, Calif., as early as 1909.