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References in classic literature ?
The morning dews brought dreams of fame to him Who bears in dusk the burdens of his clan.
All three would be slightly embarrassed by Newland's presence, now that his prospective relation to the Mingott clan had been made known; and the young man waited with an amused curiosity to see how they would turn the difficulty.
With these formalities was born the Clan Torn, which grew in a few years to number a thousand men, and which defied a king's army and helped to make Simon de Montfort virtual ruler of England.
From the fact that they had consented to call she understood that, willingly or unwillingly, they regarded her as a possible member of their clan.
At his command, "Bring in the clan," Andy departed to go the round of the rooms for the lodgers.
This is the Clan come to welcome you; and I'm the chief, Archie, at your service.
He was descended from an ancient Border fighting clan, some of whose pillaging heroes he was to celebrate in his poetry, but he himself was born, in 1771, in Edinburgh, the son of an attorney of a privileged, though not the highest, class.
The bushes crackled behind him, and he sprang aside to let the locked forms of two men go by, rolling over and over down the hill, each striking when uppermost, and followed by a screaming woman who rained blows on the one who was patently not of her clan.
The eyes of the Scotch flashed fire; and, as often happens on such occasions, from shame they passed to effrontery and two heads of clans advanced upon the king.
He represented to them the impossibility that two such considerable clans could move about the country without leaving trails by which they might be traced.
Divide your men, Agamemnon, into their several tribes and clans, that clans and tribes may stand by and help one another.
The hostile clans, residing in the more remote sections of the island, and very seldom holding any communication with foreigners, are in every respect unchanged from their earliest known condition.