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Clemens

Samuel Langhorne
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Continuing in his analysis, Clemens said the claim of intentional infliction of emotional distress fell short, in part because Oakey's alleged conduct "does not come close" to meeting the threshold of outrageous or intolerable conduct.
Baldacci tells the Hartford Courant that he's a huge fan of Mark Twain, whose real name was Samuel Clemens, and has read everything he ever wrote.
Lou Barberini (San Francisco) 12, 17; Marty Clemens (Nashville, Ind.) d.
Next, Clemens made his way to Jean's closet, whereupon opening the door, he discovered the gift she'd gotten him.
Elgin's Mark Clemens owns them all -- a sous vide machine, smoker, sausage stuffer, the wildly popular instant pressure pot -- but his favorite cooking utensil is his trusty saute pan.
Long before production started, Clemens chose its "Golden 200" employees.
In his reply, Clemens allowed how he opposed the Mormon Church, much as he harbored reservations about Christian Science and other faiths that threatened to become established religions.
Sixty-two percent of baseball fans think Clemens should be enshrined in Cooperstown, and 29% say he should not be.
Clemens brings a wealth of knowledge to his role as president with American Commercial.
TOBIAS CLEMENS has not looked out of place in his first senior tour event and may be worth chancing at 5-4 to defeat Cyril Saulnier in today's Moselle Open second-round clash.