Clifford


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Clif•ford

(ˈklɪf ərd)
n.
Clark McAdams, 1910–98, U.S. statesman.
References in classic literature ?
If Clifford were to find her here, it might disturb him
Moreover, at a place in Yorkshire, England, Burton constable by name, a certain sir clifford constable has in his possession the skeleton of a Sperm Whale, but of moderate size, by no means of the full-grown magnitude of my friend King Tranquo's.
I have a letter from my brother-in-law, Sir Clifford Williams, of Clifford Hall.
Your word will go the furthest, John," said the master, "for Sir Clifford adds in a postscript, `If I could find a man trained by your John I should like him better than any other;' so, James, lad, think it over, talk to your mother at dinner-time, and then let me know what you wish.
In a few days after this conversation it was fully settled that James should go to Clifford Hall, in a month or six weeks, as it suited his master, and in the meantime he was to get all the practice in driving that could be given to him.
MAX Clifford has been charged with one count of indecent assault, the Crown Prosecution Service has announced.
First Published in 1963, Bridwell's Clifford the Big Red Dog Series Has 129 Million Books in Print, an Emmy Award-Winning Television Series, a Motion Picture and More
5 Seconds of Summer rocker Michael Clifford has spoken up about allegedly being the subject of Abigail Breslin's breakup anthem "You Suck.
DISGRACED PR guru Max Clifford yesterday challenged the length of his jail sentence for sex offences.
DISGRACED PR guru Max Clifford has been jailed for eight years for a string of indecent assaults on four women.
JODIE FOSTER' THE 15-year-old met Clifford in 1977 while on holiday with her family in Spain.
Alex Clifford Former Metra CEO who blew the lid on patronage scandals at the agency might be headed back to California to take a job with another transit entity.