- Arthur C(harles),1917–2008, English science-fiction writer.
- Kenneth Spear·man [speer-muh n] /ˈspɪər mən/, KennyKlook, 1914–85, U.S. jazz drummer, a bebop pioneer.
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Contemporary Examples of clarke
Testimony from these fellow criminals has much more weight in court than victim testimony, which can be unreliable, says Clarke.
Clarke notes there are many suspected war criminals who are living under only mild surveillance in France.
Whether or not Clarke ultimately catches sight of the hare is beside the point.This Week’s Hot Reads, July 15, 2013
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Clarke himself fails to criticize the Kennedy entourage for mocking and dismissing Johnson as incompetent behind his back.
In short, as Clarke presents it, the tragedy of November 22 was even greater than we have thought.
Historical Examples of clarke
Among the party was Sergeant Clarke, who brought his bagpipes with him.The Hunted Outlaw
You see, Clarke, that we were active in our idleness, and that there was no lack of employment.
Could we but run across them, Clarke, it would be a great and grand thing.'
Captain Clarke, I desire you to stand at the inside of the door and to prevent intrusion.
Follow my finger, Clarke, and see if you cannot distinguish it.'
- Sir Arthur C (harles). 1917–2008, British science-fiction writer, who helped to develop the first communications satellites. He scripted the film 2001, A Space Odyssey (1968)
- Austin. 1896–1974, Irish poet and verse dramatist. His volumes include The Vengeance of Fionn (1917), Night and Morning (1938), and Ancient Lights (1955)
- Jeremiah. ?1673-1707, English composer and organist, best known for his Trumpet Voluntary, formerly attributed to Purcell
- Kenneth Harry. born 1940, British Conservative politician: secretary of state for health (1988-1990); secretary of state for education (1990-1992); home secretary (1992-93); chancellor of the exchequer (1993-97); secretary of state for justice and Lord Chancellor (2010–2012)
- Marcus (Andrew Hislop). 1846–81, Australian novelist born in England, noted for his novel For the Term of His Natural Life, published in serial form (1870–72); other works include Twixt Shadow and Shine (1875)