Francesco Molinari with the Claret
Jug and fellow Italian Costantino Rocca winning the PGA Championship at Wentworth in 1996
"It's an honour to wear the Claret
and Blue shirt when you think of all the great players who have worn it, too.
"Our table centre pieces were claret
and blue, my car had claret
and blue ribbons.
Stenson somehow managed to take the Claret
Jug on a jet-ski - complete with life-jacket for the famous trophy - during his year as Open champion, but insisted it was undamaged when he returned it.
If I defend my title and win again, I'll take the Claret
Standard dinnerware pieces will be available in Claret
, including four- and five-piece sets, a new three-piece bistro set, and a variety of plates, platters, bowls, mugs, the signature disk pitcher and serving pieces.
went on to found the Religious Publishing House, a major Catholic publishing venture in Spain, and to write or publish 200 books and pamphlets.
Narula joins Claret
from JP Morgan in New York, where he was executive director of the financial sponsors group.
Ante todo, nos proponemos relacionar las vivencias del nino Claret
, con las vivencias de Claret
, misionero en Catalunya, Canarias, Arzobispo de Cuba y confesor real.
and Lynette chose to begin the new business with a focus on Hispanic-style fresh cheeses.
' small red dry bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) (Reg.
"These prints are a unique piece of Americana," says Claret
Arts Chairman Will Katz.
Anthony Mary Claret
was born near Barcelona, Spain, in 1807.
Bordeaux is by far the largest fine wine region in France, with red or Claret
accounting for 70 per cent of the total produced.
Claretian communities in many parts of the world, including the Philippines, will mark on Wednesday the Feast of Saint Anthony Claret
(San Antonio) Claret
, a well-loved Spanish bishop, and founder of the Congregation of the Missionary Sons of the Immaculate Heart of Mary, more popularly known as the Claretians.