Clement I


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Clem·ent I

 (klĕm′ənt), Saint Known as "Clement of Rome." Died c. ad 97.
Pope (88?-97?) who worked to preserve unity in the Christian church.

Clement I

(ˈklɛmənt)
n
(Biography) Saint, called Clement of Rome. pope (?88–?97 ad). Feast day: Nov 23
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Prob the tea lady @WBA78part2 The clement rumour mill seems to be gathering pace in the media, it seems to be down to him if he wants it enough #wba @Batey_27 So Paul Clement is the odds-on favourite for the wba job.