Clement

Clement is an English name, a form of the Late Latin name Clemens. Clément is a French form of the same name. Clement or Clément may refer to:

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List Of Flight Of The Conchords Episodes - History
... The show was created by Clement, McKenzie and James Bobin, and was based on the successful improvised 2005 BBC Radio 2 radio series of the same name ... Prior to the announcement, Jemaine Clement stated in an interview with The New Zealand Herald, " is interested in doing another series but we have to think about it ... Shortly after the renewal announcement, Clement stated in an interview that the second season would likely consist of fewer than twelve episodes "so they could concentrate on 'quality not quantity'" ...
Clément, French Guiana
... Coordinates 3°23′N 52°21′W / 3.383°N 52.35°W / 3.383 -52.35 . ...
Linda Clement
... Linda Clement (born 13 March 1980 in Inverness) is a female field hockey forward and midfielder from Scotland ... A resident of Edinburgh Clement represented Scotland in the U17 schoolgirls athletics team in 1996 ...
St Paul's Church Salisbury - History of St. Paul's Church
... Clement, demolished in 1852, to serve the expanding population of this area of Salisbury ... Clement's ... Clement's to accommodate the bell frame timbers and the six bells from the old church ...
Letter Of Saint Clement - Content
... of the presbyters were charged with moral offences, Clement charged that their removal was high-handed and unjustifiable ... Clement repeatedly refers to the Old Testament as Scripture ... New Testament references include Clement’s admonition to “Take up the epistle of the blessed Paul the Apostle” (xlvii ...

Famous quotes containing the word clement:

    Strange beauty, eight-limbed and eight-handed
    Whence camest to dazzle our eyes?
    —Arthur Clement Hilton (1851–1877)

    Is thy home European or Asian,
    O mystical monster marine?
    —Arthur Clement Hilton (1851–1877)

    Clinging close with the crush of the Python,
    When she maketh her murderous meal!
    —Arthur Clement Hilton (1851–1877)