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Clarens

(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.
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They had been talking of Bonnivard, as they glided past Chillon, and of Rousseau, as they looked up at Clarens, where he wrote his Heloise.
(15) George Cukor, quoted in Carlos Clarens, Cukor, Seeker & Warburg, London, 1976, p.
(35) "Report of the Associate Secretary for America to the Continuation Committee, Clarens, August 21-24, 1939," WCC Archives, 301.002, Box 11/12.
Ledumahadi lived in the area around Clarens in South Africa's Free State Province.
Visitors can look out for small cheeseries such as Langbaken Karoo Cheese (Williston), Taaibosch Cheese (Heidelberg, Southern Cape), Karoo Goat's Milk (Loxton), Kasselshoop (Stilbaai), Foxenburg Estate (Wellington), Bettie Bok (Lambertsbaai), Noah's Cheese (Clarens), Rockvale Cheesery (Bronkhorstspruit), Vredesberg (Kareedouw), La Petit France (Howick) and TlaquePaque (Klein Brakrivier).
Clarens, "Wettability phenomena at the C[O.sub.2]-brine-mineral interface: Implications for geologic carbon sequestration," Environmental Science and Technology, vol.
M., Strand, M., Undem, T., Anderson, G., Clarens, A., and Liu, X.
Summary: Jeannie Rousseau de Clarens, one of the remarkable spies of World War II, died last week in France at the age of 98.
A large clinical programme conducted in 24 countries around the world proved the effectiveness and safety of Vaxigrip Tetra, Sanofi Pasteur Korea's general manager, Baptiste de Clarens, noted.
The next day I reached Clarens through some beautiful routes.