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Clare, South Australia - Governance
... Clare is governed at the local level by the District Council of Clare and Gilbert Valleys ... Clare lies in the state electoral district of Frome and the federal electoral division of Division of Wakefield ...
Clare Market
... Clare Market was an area of London to the west of Lincoln's Inn Fields, between the Strand and Drury Lane, with Vere Street adjoining its western side ... had been established in Clement's Inn Fields, by John Holles, 2nd Earl of Clare ...
Patti Clare - Life and Career
... Clare was born in the city of Manchester ... Having built up extensive experience in theatre, Clare subsequently expressed interest in transitioning to television ... an office and the job came in the September." Clare on her transition from stage to television actress ...
St Clare's School, Newton
51.48610°N 3.67563°W / 51.48610 -3.67563 St Clare's School Motto Achievement Challenge Excellence Established 1938 Type Independent ... Clare's is a non-selective Independent School attended by puils aged 2 1/2 through to 18 ...
Clare Devine
... Clare Devine (previously Cunningham) is a fictional character from the British Channel 4 soap opera Hollyoaks, played by Gemma Bissix and Samantha Rowley ... In August 2007, it was announced that Bissix was leaving the show and Clare departed in September 2007 ...

Famous quotes containing the word clare:

    We dreamed that a great painter had been born
    To cold Clare rock and Galway rock and thorn,
    To that stern colour and that delicate line
    That are our secret discipline
    Wherein the gazing heart doubles her might....
    William Butler Yeats (1865–1939)

    Spirit of her I love,
    Whispering to me,
    Stories of sweet visions, as I rove,
    Here stop, and crop with me
    Sweet flowers that in the still hour grew,
    —John Clare (1793–1864)

    In the cowslips peeps I lie,
    Hidden from the buzzing fly,
    While green grass beneath me lies,
    Pearled wi’ dew like fishes’ eyes,
    Here I lye, a clock-a-clay,
    Waiting for the time o’ day.
    —John Clare (1793–1864)