Definition of Clifford, Clark in English:

Clifford, Clark

Syllabification: Clif·ford, Clark
Pronunciation: /ˈklifərd
 
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  • (1906–98), US attorney and public official; full name Clark McAdams Clifford. A key adviser to four Democratic presidents, he helped draft the legislation that established the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) 1947 and the Department of Defense 1949.

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