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Clarke, a 6-foot-7 guard from Boston, missed all of Kentucky’s Southeastern Conference schedule with a right leg injury but returned for the conference tournament last season.NBA draft prospect Terrence Clarke is mourned after his death in Los Angeles-area car crash|Matt Bonesteel|April 23, 2021|Washington Post
In New York City, for example, Clarke says 5-year-olds are expected to read independently by the completion of kindergarten.
They hope to soon vaccinate around 75 to 100 people per event, depending on supply, Clarke says, and have partnered with other medical clinics across the state to schedule appointments.‘That's Where We Look For a Shoulder to Lean On.’ How One South Carolina Pastor Is Combating Vaccine Hesitancy in Communities of Color|Madeleine Carlisle/Charleston, S.C.|March 25, 2021|Time
With QAnon’s prophecies falling apart, Clarke worries how many will react.QAnon believers seek to adapt their extremist ideology for a new era: ‘Things have just started’|Drew Harwell|January 21, 2021|Washington Post
Clarke said her organization, after putting out a call on social media, had received 104 complaints of emails with the same pattern.U.S. government concludes Iran was behind threatening emails sent to Democrats|Ellen Nakashima, Amy Gardner, Isaac Stanley-Becker, Craig Timberg|October 22, 2020|Washington Post
The 1980s series followed in that tradition with episodes from Harlan Ellison, Arthur C. Clarke, and Anne Collins.
Richard Clarke was a National Security official in the Bush, Clinton, and Bush administrations.
Is Paddy Clarke Ha Ha Ha (which won the Mann Booker Prize in 1993) the only one of your novels that stands on its own?The Prodigious Roddy Doyle Is the Celtic Tiger of Irish Literature|Allen Barra|March 17, 2014|DAILY BEAST
“They feel protected in France,” CPCR board member Bruce Clarke says of Simbikangwa and other wanted war crime suspects.
Testimony from these fellow criminals has much more weight in court than victim testimony, which can be unreliable, says Clarke.
Samuel Clarke, a famous English divine, died; celebrated also for his writings on mathematics, &c.The Every Day Book of History and Chronology|Joel Munsell
The Rev. Mr. Clarke was now come, an old and valued friend; he knelt and prayed as the life ebbed away.The Works of Robert Louis Stevenson - Swanston Edition Vol. 25 (of 25)|Robert Louis Stevenson
Williams had again proved himself a consummate diplomatist, and Clarke had proved himself worthy to be his colleague.
Williams became alarmed, and leaving Mr. Clarke in charge of their common business hurried back from England to meet the danger.
John Clarke was carefully bringing his negotiations for a new charter to a close.