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Clyde

(klɑɪd)
n. an oaf; a square, usually a male. (see also Zelda. Also a term of address.) Well, Clyde, I think you’re way off base.
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Graham Holdings said Clyde's group of restaurants align with its investment strategy: working with great management teams to operate businesses with a long history of profitability.
As Clydes friends, family and colleagues remember his remarkable life, were comforted in the knowledge hes at last reunited with his beloved wife, Mary.
The film tells the story of the posse of lawmen who tracked down the notorious Bonnie and Clyde: the Depression-era outlaws who shot to fame in the 1930s.
A poem written by Clyde Barrow predicts their death, which came eight months later in a police ambush in Louisiana in May 1934.
Owner Joanne Davies, 43, said her son had let their dog Bonnie out into the back garden with Clyde early that morning.
In March 2016, SSE announced the initial sale of Clyde equating to 49.9% of the existing 349.6mw operational wind farm.
They said: "The three women who dropped Clyde off at the aquarium shortly before 2.17pm on August 31, have been spoken to, and, in line with the aquarium's wishes, the incident has been resolved through restorative justice.
Clyde wanted to make sure he came out on top of any gunfight.
There was contact twice in the weeks after Clyde was born then only two more calls, in April and August of that year, only one of which was answered.
Over PS1.5bn has been invested into the Clyde Gateway area in the last 8 years from both the public and private sector.
Like many of the great masters of reinvention, Clyde started early.
Clyde, who is a librarian and professor at the University of Calgary, said that he and his wife, Rita, a speech pathologist, were already big into gardening and were selling produce at the Hillhurst Sunnyside Farmers' Market in Calgary, when Rita read Barbara Kingsolver's book, Animal, Vegetable, Miracle and then books by American journalist and activist Michael Pollan.
Haddock played more than 500 competitive games for Clyde and won the Scottish Cup twice, in 1955 and 1958.
Guns that once belonged to notorious bank robbers Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow, a.k.a.
International law firm Clyde & Co has announced that it is opening an office in Tripoli, the firm's fifth in the Mena region.