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clarence British & World English

A closed horse-drawn carriage with four wheels, seating four inside and two outside next to the coachman

Clarence in clarence British & World English

A closed horse-drawn carriage with four wheels, seating four inside and two outside next to the coachman

Clarence in Clarenceux British & World English

(In the UK) the title given to the second King of Arms, with jurisdiction south of the Trent

Darrow, Clarence British & World English

(1857–1938), US lawyer; full name Clarence Seward Darrow. He served as defense counsel in several well-publicized trials, including that of John T. Scopes, a teacher in Dayton, Tennessee, who was charged with violating state law for teaching evolution in a public school in 1925

Thomas, Clarence British & World English

(1948-), US Supreme Court associate justice 1991- . He chaired the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) 1982–90 and was a judge on the US Court of Appeals before being nominated to replace Thurgood Marshall on the Court. His appointment was approved only after a lengthy and controversial Senate hearing in which he had to respond to charges of sexual harassment brought by former colleague Anita Hill (1956-)

Birdseye, Clarence British & World English

(1886–1956), American businessman and inventor. He developed a process of rapid freezing of foods in small packages suitable for retail, creating a revolution in eating habits

Clarence Seward Darrow in Darrow, Clarence British & World English

(1857–1938), US lawyer; full name Clarence Seward Darrow. He served as defense counsel in several well-publicized trials, including that of John T. Scopes, a teacher in Dayton, Tennessee, who was charged with violating state law for teaching evolution in a public school in 1925

Clarence Malcolm Lowry in Lowry, Malcolm British & World English

(1909–57), English novelist; full name Clarence Malcolm Lowry. His experiences living in Mexico in the 1930s provided the background for his symbolic semi-autobiographical novel Under the Volcano (1947)