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a river in western Scotland that flows from the southern uplands into the Firth of Clyde

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Richardson said, "I am proud to endorse Clyde Williams to succeed my friend and former colleague Charlie Rangel.
Based in Greenock, Scotland, Clyde Marine Services was established in 1913 and has a long history of working with Damen vessels.
Haddock played more than 500 competitive games for Clyde and won the Scottish Cup twice, in 1955 and 1958.
com/) RR Auction is handling the Bonnie and Clyde auction, which includes Bonnie Parker's "squat gun," a Colt Detective Special .
International law firm Clyde & Co has announced that it is opening an office in Tripoli, the firm's fifth in the Mena region.
Further to a series of negotiations earlier this year Scottish-based Clyde Broadcast and African media giant DAAR Communications will sign a euro 1m contract for the equipping of sixteen digital radio stations throughout Nigeria, at this years IBC.
AN escaped jailbird and his girlfriend are being described as a latter-day Bonnie and Clyde after shooting an innocent man and woman, then burning their bodies.
International law firm Clyde & Co extended its Mid East presence via an affiliation with the Law Office of Abdulaziz A.
SIGHTINGS of what is thought to be a northern bottlenose whale in the River Clyde last night sparked a rescue operation.
International law firm Clyde & Co LLP has announced it has extended its Middle Eastern presence via an affiliation with the Law Office of Abdulaziz A Al-Bosaily in Riyadh.
Clyde is certainly not without humor but obviously scorns the human race and I can relate.
Avery Dennison has named Timothy Clyde group vice president, specialty materials and converting (SMC) effective last month.
Bonnie parker and Clyde Barrow were notorious robbers and criminals who travelled central America during the Great Depression between 1931 and 1935.
CANOGA PARK -- Clyde Porter never wanted attention for his philanthropic efforts in the San Fernando Valley.
ROBERT CLYDE, chief technology officer of Symantec Corp.