Kenneth Clark

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Noun1.Kenneth Clark - United States psychologist (born in Panama) whose research persuaded the Supreme Court that segregated schools were discriminatory (1914-2005)
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Kenneth Clark, of Laurel Bank Terrace, Castle Douglas, had previously pleaded not guilty to committing the offence last November.
GARDENER Mrs Kenneth Clark can vouch that a passion for plants is the path to a long and healthy life.
To bolster his argument, he then drafted in Kenneth Clark, who, very conveniently, the following month took up the position of director of the National Gallery.
His degree show caught the attention of Sir Kenneth Clark, who purchased several drawings and became an advocate for his work, later saying: "I don't know any artist to whom I can compare him.
Mrs May can't be blamed for this; right from the start mischief makers on all sides who are determined to stop Brexit - and I point towards Dominic Grieve, Anna Soubry and Kenneth Clark on the Tory benches - have, constantly, been hampering negotiations with the EU by putting forward amendments and motions.
Kenneth Clark's 'doll test.' Black schoolchildren projected positive traits onto white but not black dolls, reflecting their self-esteem.
Inquiries are ongoing and anyone with information is asked to contact Detective Sergeant Kenneth Clark, from Stockton operational crime team, on the non-emergency number 101, or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111, or www.
So when the National Gallery's director, Kenneth Clark, asked if its collection the prime minister's response was unequivocal.
As Kenneth Clark opined, from his lofty High Tory account of western civilisation, before the late 18th century, no one dreamed of climbing a mountain for its own sake.
Far too much attention was paid in the '60s to the grim diagnoses of psychologist Kenneth Clark and sociologist Daniel Patrick Moynihan, and nowhere near enough paid to the inquiries of cultural historian Constance Rourke, whose American Humor argues that the quintessential American spirit is, in Murray's words, "part Yankee, part backwoodsman and Indian, and part Negro.