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Scott, or rather from Claud Halcro - in whose mouth I admired its effect : O !
She brought a couple of sickly children attended by a prim nurse, and in a faint genteel giggling tone cackled to her sister about her fine acquaintance, and how her little Frederick was the image of Lord Claud Lollypop and her sweet Maria had been noticed by the Baroness as they were driving in their donkey-chaise at Roehampton.
The scenario is that a scientist who has uncovered the deadliest properties of the atom, Sir Claud Amory, has had his valuable secret formula nicked from under his nose.
Prosecutors claim the 27-year-old shouted at former partner Danielle McVey in Claud Road and he is charged with breaking bail conditions and behaving in an aggressive manner.
The dance concert and recital also featured local talent including Tripod band, Xtreme Level Danz Crew, Moving Colours and DJ Claud. A video presentation was also shown celebrating the milestone of the dance group through the years.
Brother Claud was particularly fond of lifting a boy up by his sideburns.
Over at Britain's Best Home Cook last night, Claudia Winkleman had an important question: "Why am I panicking?" Dunno, Claud.
Four years later on April 12 1918 Claud Insole was killed in action, like millions of other young men, in the trenches of World War One France.
Four years later on April 12, 1918 Claud Insole was killed in action, like millions of other young men, in the trenches of World War One France.
She was born on June 25, 1940 near Shawneetown, the daughter of the late Claud and Opal (Brison) Maynard.
Mark Claud, CEO of Commonwealth Commercial Partners, said, "We began exploring this change because of feedback we received from our clients.
Photographer: Melanie Smith Claud Cunningham, Co-Founder, Promoter and DJ at Black Angel "Growing up in a sea full of unrepresentative faces, out stood Grace Jones.