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Clement,

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, letter of the New Testament, written by St. Paul from captivity probably in Rome (c.A.D. 60) to the Christians of Philippi (in Macedonia), the first European city that he evangelized.
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, one of Paul's coworkers. He is traditionally identified with St. Clement of Rome, the likely author of a letter written from there to the Corinthian church in c.A.D. 96.
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Judge Robert Juckes, QC, said Clements had caused an "extraordinary amount of damage".
Through a new partnership with the online marketing company Prospect Genius, Austin-based master electrician Clements Electric Texas LLC is taking steps to improve its Web presence.
Mrs Clements will be at a car boot sale in the grounds of Whitchurch Hospital today to raise money for Nicole's bail and towards her legal fees.
Clements and Farriers will both be giving music lovers a taste of what to expect from June's two-day rockstravaganza Bushmills Live with intimate shows in Whelan's, Dublin on June 6 and White's Tavern, Belfast on June 13.
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Clements made it happen sooner than it might have, and his success made Republicans stronger over a 30-year period.
We do know that Thomas Clements was in the Royal Garrison Artillery during the First World War, and later joined the Black and Tans, which were formed to assist the Royal Ulster Constabulary during the troubles in Ireland.
It has the expertise and resources to build upon that heritage by helping a wide array of commercial and government institutions transact securely, efficiently and simply," stated Clements.
Jim Longstaff, chairman of Clements, also presented a cheque to former paratrooper Daz Fuller during a golf day and gala dinner in Northampton.
Throughout his trial, Clements denied causing the deaths of Jonathan Knoedl and James Holder by driving dangerously in his Volkswagen Golf on September 15, 2012.
Clements said that the "dire situation facing Syrians requires an urgent collective response.
As a skilled writer and reporter on numerous conferences, and a former general secretary of the Conference of European Churches, Clements brings all these people to life so that we too can invest our lives in what he calls "the ecumenical dynamic.