(kläräN`), village, Vaud canton, W Switzerland, on the Lake of Geneva. A resort near Montreux, Clarens was once the residence of Lord Byron. The Clarens region is immortalized in Rousseau's Nouvelle Héloïse.
The graphic lists construction moguls Lazaro Baez and Silvana Relats, media magnate Cristobal Lopez, Argentine businessman Ernesto Clarens, all of whom pay the Kirchner family tens or hundreds of thousands in dollars or pesos every month.
The area is represented by a sequence of clastic sedimentary formations (Burgersdorp formation, Molteno formation, Elliot formation, and Clarens formation) overlain by a laterally continuous section of basalt up to 1600 m thick.
The American restaurant, which is known for its generous portions, is set to open three locations, all with flagship store, at the Dubai Mall, the Clarens at Downtown Burj Khalifa and The Sahara Centre.
At the Jen de Paume, this signal series was dominated by one of Mofokeng's rare portraits, Eyes Wide Shut, Motottleng Cave, Clarens, Free State, 2004, which was blown up large and centrally placed: a close-up of the photographer's brother Ishmael, close to death.
Donnette Clarens and Mike Brown of Cornish & Carey Commercial Newmark Knight Frank's San Francisco office, together with Jack Troedson of the firm's Palo Alto office comprise the 500 Terry Francois Boulevard listing team.