clart

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clart

(klɑːt)
n
1. mud; dirt
2. censorious a dirty person
vb (tr)
to dirty
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(12.) See, e.g., Philip Clart, "Moral Mediums: Spirit-Writing
Mine's the one with its blacked-out windows and chrome custom rims, clart.
Commenting on the issues within Dell'Orto's text, Clart concludes that "although multivocal authorship is an appealing concept, in practice the ethnographer still occupies a privileged position and tends to crowd out the people about (or with) whom he is writing.
I suppose I can't blame them, I'm known to be something of a clumsy clart.
p Cleanse all make-up off using something gentle such as Lancome Eau de Bienfait Clart 3-in-1 Cleansing and Toning Lotion for face and eyes pounds 16.
Pour Philip Clart et Brigitte Baptandier, qui en discutent dans le contexte de Taiwan et de la Chine du Sud, le canal se trouve entre le dieu et le medium et a pour intermediaire la morale et l'autodidaxie, respectivement.
From that point forth, he decides to free himself from these preoccupations, giving himself, rather, to hilarity and the joy of an anguished irresponsibility: "Un jour une clart se fit dans ma tete et je decidai aussit t de me debarrasser des preoccupations que j'avais en commun avec elle.
Il existe un parasitage dans la clart, d'un tel systeme.
Not content with picking up a silver medal on the Saturday, the New Marske ladies braved the elements again to take part in the Commondale Clart Fell Race the following day, with Kay Neesam, Lisa Bennett and Helen Whitney all having excellent runs.
Before translating it into English Philip Clart (religious studies, U.
Before you can say: "Wha a gwaan, blud clart?" she'll no doubt be clutching her Louis Vuitton handbag for dear life and throwing herself, arms outstretched, in front of every passing car in the desperate hope it's a cab that will take her back to whatever privileged, white, gated community spawned her.