Joe Clark

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Noun1.Joe Clark - Canadian politician who served as prime minister (1939-)
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First Class was won by Alan Murray (9) on 66 and better inward half (BIH), including a birdie at 18, than Joe Clark (9).
The successful squad consisted of Andrew Wilkinson, Graeme Barella, Joe Clark, Christine Burke, Lynsey Storey and Chun Yin Yu, who replaced the unavailable Clark in the last two matches.
"We have been looking at batsmen this year, I don't think it is any secret we were in the hunt for Joe Clark, he chose Nottinghamshire over us, primarily because he thought they were guaranteed First Division cricket next year.
The Concert Choir will perform five pieces: "Homeward Bound" with words and music by Marta Keen; "I Will Arise and Go" by Shawn Kirchner; "Agnus Dei" by Sherri Porterfield; African-American spiritual "Soon I Will Be Done" arranged by Kirby Shaw; and "Old Joe Clark" arranged by Greg Gilpin.
BILLINGHAM'S Joe Clark ended his Junior career on a massive high as he won double gold at the PG Mutual Cadet & Junior National Championships.
The results were: primary six boys: 1, Tomas Vyrostek of St Andrew's; 2, Joe Clark of Troqueer and 3, Rokas Baniulis of St Andrew's.
Pictured l-r are volunteers Gena Gerbier, Yana Turner, Michael Duff, Alex Antonucci, Alex Juarez, Gabrielle Ouaknine, James Mandola, Charles Liang, Joe Clark.
Leamington's Milan Butterfield (left) and Joe Clark. PICTURES: SALLY ELLIS
And they tried to persuade their friend Joe Clark to join them.
Morgan Freeman, as principal Joe Clark in the film Lean on Me (1989).
School principal Joe Clark says yes--and critics are up in arms" (Time, 1988).