clements was gunned down at his front door at around 8:30 p.m. Tuesday night.
clements did her best to keep the kids calm as gunfire and screams keep coming over the public address system.
Legge's men swear to have buried eight, and clements said one of our shells hit a gun of their's.
Directly she was inside the door clements caught her by the arm and shook her.
The Roman world was full of clements, and there is nothing surprising in meeting several Christians who bore the name.
“clements Markham,” H.M. sledge, 217; starts for “Discovery,” 248.
The desponding successor of the Gregorys and the clements knew not where to look for aid in that crisis of peril and revolution.
How grandly sleep the lions of Canova at Pope clements tomb!
Mrs. Todd and Mrs. clements took her upstairs, and Mrs. clements remained with her.
clements desired to surrender, but several refused to do so.
mid-15c., "mild," of persons (attested from early 13c. as a surname), from Old French clement, from Latin clementem (nominative clemens) "mild, placid, gentle" (see clemency). Of weather, 1620s. Taken as a name by several early popes and popular in England as a masculine given name from mid-12c., also in fem. form Clemence.
mild, a Christian of Philippi, Paul's "fellow-labourer," whose name he mentions as "in the book of life" (Phil. 4:3). It was an opinion of ancient writers that he was the Clement of Rome whose name is well known in church history, and that he was the author of an Epistle to the Corinthians, the only known manuscript of which is appended to the Alexandrian Codex, now in the British Museum. It is of some historical interest, and has given rise to much discussion among critics. It makes distinct reference to Paul's First Epistle to the Corinthians.