CLORA


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CLORAClub des Organismes de Recherche Associés (French: Research Associates Organizations Club; Brussels, Belgium)
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Through its timeless narrator Clora, who after her death remains able to observe the lives of her children, the novel sets forth new conceptions of time, exploding the confines of both linear and monumental time in order to enhance its depiction of individual and family relations.
Smith, Kirk Silsbee, Dan Morgenstern, Clora Bryant, James B.
Edited by Clora Bryant, Buddy Collette, William Green, Steven Isoardi, Jack Kelson, Horace Tapscott, Gerald Wilson, and Marl Young.
2, 1919, in Dallas, Texas, to Harry and Clora Nobes Clark.
It is another hot day in June, only this time I am partaking of cranberry juice with two trumpet giants, Jane Sager and Clora Bryant in Sager's Hollywood trumpet studio.
29, 1918, in Wilsall, Mont., to Dennis and Clora Lovell Dorgan.
Survivors include three sons, Allen, Joseph and Mikele, all of Marcola; a daughter, Amy Stout of Oroville, Calif.; three brothers, Jack of Meeker, Okla., Charles of Olivehurst, Calif., and Glen of Marysville, Calif.; a sister, Clora McClure of Denham Springs, La.; and four grandchildren.
Clora Pauline Wicklund of Redmond, formerly of Eugene, died Aug.
Wicklund - Clora Pauline Wicklund, 86, of Redmond, formerly of Eugene, died Aug.