Clark


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  • noun

Synonyms for Clark

United States explorer who (with Meriwether Lewis) led an expedition from St. Louis to the mouth of the Columbia River

United States general who was Allied commander in Africa and Italy in World War II and was commander of the United Nations forces in Korea (1896-1984)

United States psychologist (born in Panama) whose research persuaded the Supreme Court that segregated schools were discriminatory (1914-2005)

Canadian politician who served as prime minister (1939-)

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When and if agreement is reached about ends and means" between humanists and anti-humanists, Clark concludes dreamer
The boys' growls were the sounds of miracles to me,'' Clark said.
Clark knew his march was on the verge of disaster, but held onto that characteristic outward optimism that had already caused him to capture a whole chain of British forts without firing a shot.
It was on this visit that Clark first tried to make a film about Tulsa, but when he ended up with only twenty minutes of usable footage, he decided, reluctantly, that the best way to tell his story was with a book.
I basically was kind of shocked when I read it," Clark remembers.
Clark says she even paid child support when the couple split up after their seven-year relationship ended.
Antelope Valley Superior Court Judge Christopher Estes bound over Clark on charges of lewd acts on a child, sodomy, aggravated sexual assault, kidnapping and making criminal threats but dismissed a rape count, saying there was insufficient evidence.
Clark, however, as all the obituaries in the major newspapers of this country made dear, remained a diehard integrationist, and that was why, in the end, he thought that much of what he worked so hard for had failed, and the reason why that genuine sorrow I witnessed that afternoon in 1990 has stayed with me.
As he moved toward the scene, Clark attempted to flee on foot.
Taking and giving shots, the camera appears in Tulsa as both gun and hypodermic needle (by extension, pen and penis)--and thus the book becomes as much a portrait manque of Clark as an autoerotically asphyxiated implication of its own production.
What fascinated me about Lewis was his intense personal loneliness and the intriguing hints in the record that he had a much more intense feeling of comradeship for Clark than Clark did for him," explains Hall.
In searching for the "real" York, the author laments the fact that stereotypical myths about the first known black to see the Pacific Ocean overshadow reality as recorded in the journals of William Clark and Meriwether Lewis.
A young man in a grey sweater vest who had just arrived at that night's gathering" of Clark supporters bounced up then to ask, "Have we heard anything yet?
Clark grew up in Ottawa, a member of one of the founding families of the national capital, and went to finishing school, according to her daughter, Rev.
The maps meticulously drawn by William Clark were a forerunner to the maps we use today, although the differences between them are vast.