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The Lynx are 16-5 in Clarendon’s 21 games, 6-5 without her on the season, and he has solidified the Minnesota attack on both ends.
The most important player after Fowles might just be Clarendon.
More than 40 hotels residing in these areas — from Negril to Port Antonio in the north and the Milk River in Clarendon to Negril in the south — have on-site testing.The latest hotel amenity doesn’t involve massages or cookies: It’s a free coronavirus test.|Andrea Sachs|March 12, 2021|Washington Post
Clay ovens were already part of the real estate acquired by the entrepreneurs, whose bistros replaced Bombay Curry Company in Del Ray and Delhi Club in Clarendon.Twin bistros in Northern Virginia put a personal spin on Indian cooking|Tom Sietsema|March 5, 2021|Washington Post
The Renegade in Clarendon isn’t Irish by any stretch, but its “Irish Style” New Year’s, which costs $30 at the door, includes live music by Phillip Michael Parsons and a Jameson toast.How to ‘celebrate’ that 2020 is finally, finally over|Fritz Hahn|December 18, 2020|Washington Post
Murdoch fits Clarendon's description of Cromwell, updated by David Chandler to describe Napoleon, as "a great, bad man."
Claus and Cosima had lost access to their Rhode Island estate, Clarendon Court.
And I had one more asset that Cosima loved: golden retrievers, seven of them; her dogs had had to stay behind at Clarendon Court.
When, however, the fall of Clarendon was desired, Bristol was again welcomed at court.
According to Clarendon, 'three weeks after being shot into the shoulder with a brace of bullets, which broke the bone.'
Is it an inferior article, as compared with the Clarendon sleep, or is it of the same quality?
I could get a variety of delicacies for breakfast at the Clarendon, that are out of the question at Mrs. Skim's.
Now, sleep at the Clarendon is an expensive article; whereas, sleep at Mrs. Skim's, is decidedly cheap.