[ kley-bawrn, -bohrn ]


  1. a male given name.

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Among these are Claiborne, the Philadelphia-based leader of Red Letter Christians, a faith-based organization that emphasizes the words of Jesus — which are printed in red letters in some Bibles — to oppose gun violence and other societal ills.

Before joining the brand in 2006, she spent eight years as executive VP at Liz Claiborne.

That love of transforming herself actually makes it fun for Racette to alternate between Mefistofele and Dolores Claiborne.

We met up with the second line just past Claiborne and just started dancing.

The parade was moving back toward the Marigny, and we crawled across Claiborne.

He spoke to Claiborne Smith about his new book and what he learned.

T least, thet's all I think 't wuz; though thar wuz those thet said 't wuz Claiborne's ghost.

"I understand they are a very unruly pair," went on Mrs. Claiborne.

Claiborne was accused of telling the local Indians that the new settlers were not Englishmen but Spaniards.

The investigation which ensued was hampered at every turn by Claiborne and his friends on the Virginia Council.

In 1644 Ingle and Claiborne made a descent on the colony in a vessel, appropriately called the "Reformation."