Clauda

Clauda,

Greece: see GávdhosGávdhos
, Clauda
, or Cauda
, small Mediterranean island, S Greece, near Crete. In the Acts of the Apostles it was the refuge of St. Paul's ship during the tempest.
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Heide Sayre led Fremd (17-5, 7-1) with 6 kills while Clauda Wala and Jules Tangney each had 2 blocks.
Reflecting the international nature of the event, the Festival welcomes, amongst many others, the critically acclaimed Ukranian author Andrey Kurkov, Icelandic poet Sjon, international bestselling Afghani-American writer Nadia Hashimi, Filipino business guru Francis Kong and food writer and multi-award-winning author of numerous Middle Eastern cookbooks Clauda Roden.
Clauda Aqel, the deceased's niece, told Sabah's fans last year "not to cry."
You are a rare [figure] whose [body] has died but her soul will be immortalized," her niece, Clauda Akl, wrote on Sabah's Facebook page, "Sabah the Legend."
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The dominant herbaceous species were Dactylis glomerata, Lolium perenne, Hordeum spantaneum, Avena clauda Trifolium sp., Anagallis arvensis, and Crepis zacinta.
Clauda Zanchetta, MN RN, is a nurse practitioner at the Division of Neurosurgery, University Health Network-Toronto Western Division, Canada.
He was dedicated to his wife of 23 years, Clauda (Assali) Tannous of Holden who survives him.
The Witch of Edge Lane, Clodagh (pronounced "Clauda") was a spinster who originally lived in the Grassendale area, but moved after curious locals began to snoop into her life, the most notable of these being a Judge named Hamilton Gilmour, who had met Clodagh at a dance ball in Cheshire one evening.
Clauda Sebastiana Nobili sviluppa le intricate argomentazioni fra storia e filo nascosto che la governa nella Cronica del teologo e predicatore francescano Salimbene da Parma.