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486 examples of  clemen  in sentences

486 examples of clemen in sentences

De artis poeticae natura, II, 4. Euphues, edited by M. W. Croll and H. Clemens (New York), Introd. iv.

He should [Greek], "swear by his good deeds," and exhibit [Greek], "a life deserving belief," as Clemens Alex.

He read the scriptures in their original languages; and when difficulties occurred, consulted the interpretations of the most ancient fathers, whom he read in order of time, beginning with Clemens Romanus.

Clemens's A Ken of Kipling.

Forbear one another, forgive one another, clothe the naked, visit the sick, and perform all those works of mercy, which Clemens Alexandrinus calls amoris et amicitiae, impletionem et extentionem, the extent and complement of love; and that not for fear or worldly respects, but ordine ad Deum, for the love of God himself.

And the same year Domitian slew among many others Flavius Clemens the consul, though he was a cousin and had to wife Flavia Domitilla, who was also a relative of the emperor's.

On coming alongside it proved to be the schooner Harriet, Capt. Allen, of Mont Clemens, on her way from the Sault.

It was entrusted to Col. Clemens, of Mount Clemens, and a Mr. Porter.

It was entrusted to Col. Clemens, of Mount Clemens, and a Mr. Porter.

Me pater saevis oneret catenis, Quod viro clemens misero peperci: Me vel extremis Numidarum in agros Classe releget.

Prudence (Aurelius Prudentius Clemens), a Latin Christian poet of the fourth century, has a poem on the subject.

Terentius Clemens in Dig., 23, 2, 21.

THE HURDY GURDY MAN, a comedy-drama in a prologue and three acts, by Leroy Clemens and John B. Hymer.

R56723, 4Jan50, Leroy Clemens (A), John B. Hymer (A) HUTCHINGS, Emily Grant.

by Leroy Clemens and John B. Hymer

ยฉ 21Sep22, D62058. R56725, 4Jan50, Leroy Clemens (A), John B. Hymer (A) ISLAND WIVES, a photoplay in five reels, by Vitagraph Company of America.

R56770, 5Jan50, Clive Barraclough (E), Douglas Matthews (E) JUST OUT OF KNICKERS, a comedy playlet of youth, by LeRoy Clemens.

R59395, 13Mar50, LeRoy Clemens (A) KABUMPO IN OZ, by Ruth Plumly Thompson; illustrated by John R. Neill.

R59806, 17Mar50, Breitkopf Publications, inc., successor of Breitkopf & Haertel, inc. (PWH) PALS AND THE GIRL, a comedy playlet of youth, by LeRoy Clemens.

R59393, 13Mar50, LeRoy Clemens (A) PAM AT FIFTY, by Baroness von Hutten [Betsey Riddle, Freifrau von Hutten zum Stolzenberg] Pub.

SAMOSSOUD, CLARA CLEMENS.

SEE Clemens, Clara.

SEE Clemens, Samuel Langhorne.

Glen U. Cleeton (A); 24Apr59; R235698. CLEMEN, CARL. Religions of the world: their nature and their history, written in collaboration with Franz Babinger, Leo Baeck, Heinrich Haekmann and others.

SEE Clemen, Carl.

SEE Clemen, Carl. HARRINGTON, KARL P. Third-year Latin: Cicero and other prose writers.

SEE Clemens, Samuel L. TWEEDSMUIR, SUSAN CHARLOTTE, LADY.

SEE Clemens, Samuel L. Eight cousins.

Illustrated by J. Clemens Gretta.

Illustrated by J. Clemens Gretta.

Illustrated by J. Clemens Gretta.

The adventures of Huckleberry Finn. SEE Clemens, Samuel Langhorne.

The adventures of Huckleberry Finn. SEE Clemens, Samuel Langhorne.

SEE Clemens, Samuel Langhorne.

Illustrated by Clemens Gretter.

Illustrated by J. Clemens Gretter.

SEE CLEMENS, SAMUEL LANGHORNE.

SEE CLEMENS, SAMUEL LANGHORNE.

SEE Clemens, Samuel Langhorne.

SEE Clemens, Samuel Langhorne.

SEE Clemens, Samuel L. MEYER, MRS.

GAEBELEIN, ARNO CLEMENS.

SEE Gaebelein, Arno Clemens. Philemon; the gospel of emancipation.

SEE Gaebelein, Arno Clemens.

SEE Clemens, Samuel Langhorne.

The adventures of Huckleberry Finn. SEE CLEMENS, SAMUEL LANGHORNE.

by Adele Clemens

By H. H. Reichard, George D. Landis, Arthur D. Graeff, Horace M. Mann, Elmer E. S. Johnson, Mabel E. Bitner, Gurney W. Clemens, Richard Light, Felix Reichman, & Henry K. Landis.

SEE CLEMENS, SAMUEL LANGHORNE.

by Oscar Lewis, author of new matter: Mark Twain, pseud. of Samuel L. Clemens.

of Samuel L. Clemens, introd. by Oscar Lewis.

Clemen's A Connecticut yankee.

By Clemens, adapted by Albert L. Kanter.

R67209, 18Sep50, Eleanor Bowie Turner (C) EUROPE AND ELSEWHERE, by Mark Twain [pseud. of Samuel L. Clemens] with an appreciation by Brandar Matthews and an introd.

R68950, 30Oct50, Alice Redfield Davis (W) LIFE ON THE MISSISSIPPI, by Mark Twain [pseud. of Samuel Langhorne Clemens] with an introd.

SEE Clemens, Samuel Langhorne.

R71952, 5Dec50, Alfred A. Knopf, inc. (PWH) WEEDS, a comedy-drama in a prologue and three acts by John B. Hymer and LeRoy Clemens.

R69225, 2Nov50, John B. Hymer (A), LeRoy Clemens (A) WEIGALL, Arthur.

A YOUNG MAN'S FANCY, an episode of romantic youth in two scenes by LeRoy Clemens.

ยฉ 6Oct23, D65674. R69226, 2Nov50, LeRoy Clemens (A)

SAMOSSOUD, CLARA CLEMENS.

SEE Clemens, Clara.

Co. (PWH); 3Jul58; R217531. CLEMENS, CLARA.

SEE Samossoud, Clara Clemens.

CLEMENS, SAMUEL L. My father, Mark Twain.

SEE Samossoud, Clara Clemens.

Glen U. Cleeton (A); 24Apr59; R235698. CLEMEN, CARL. Religions of the world: their nature and their history, written in collaboration with Franz Babinger, Leo Baeck, Heinrich Haekmann and others.

SEE Clemen, Carl.

SEE Clemen, Carl. HARRINGTON, KARL P. Third-year Latin: Cicero and other prose writers.

The adventures of Huckleberry Finn. SEE Clemens, Samuel Langhorne.

The adventures of Huckleberry Finn. SEE Clemens, Samuel Langhorne.

Illustrated by J. Clemens Gretta.

CLEMENS, SAMUEL LANGHORN.

SEE CLEMENS, SAMUEL LANGHORNE.

SEE CLEMENS, SAMUEL LANGHORNE.

SEE Clemens, Samuel Langhorn.

Illustrated by J. Clemens Gretter.

CLEMENS, CLARA. Slovenly Peter.

Foreword by Clara Clemens; introd.

SEE Clemens, Samuel Langhorne.

SEE Clemens, Samuel Langhorne.

SEE Clemens, Samuel L. TWICE A YEAR.

GAEBELEIN, ARNO CLEMENS.

SEE Gaebelein, Arno Clemens. Philemon; the gospel of emancipation.

SEE Gaebelein, Arno Clemens.

CLEMENS, SAMUEL LANGHORNE.

SEE Clemens, Samuel Langhorne.

by Adele Clemens

of Samuel L. Clemens, introd. by Oscar Lewis.

Clemen's A Connecticut yankee.

L. Clemens Estate on deposit in the Huntington Library.

By Clemens, adapted by Albert L. Kanter.

APOSTOLIC FATHERS, Fathers of the Church who lived the same time as the Apostles: Clemens, Barnabas Polycarp, Ignatius, and Hermas.

BRENTANO, CLEMENS, poet of the romanticist school, born at Frankfort-on-the-Main, brother of Goethe's Bettina von Arnim; was a roving genius (1778-1849).

CLEMENS ALEXANDRINUS, one of the Greek Fathers of the Church, of the 2nd and 3rd centuries; had Origen for pupil; brought up in Greek philosophy; converted in manhood to Christianity from finding in his appreciation of knowledge over faith confirmations of it in his philosophy, which he still adhered to; his "Stromata" or "Miscellanies" contain facts and quotations found nowhere else.

See CLEMENS.

One was from Florida, and the likeness, as shown by the man's picture, was really remarkable so remarkable, indeed, that Mr. Clemens sent the following acknowledgment:

The hostess had been particularly talkative all during the performanceto Mr. Clemens's increasing irritation.

Toward the end of the opera, she turned to him and said gushingly: "Oh, my dear Mr. Clemens, I do so want you to be with us next Friday evening.

" "Charmed, I'm sure," replied Clemens.