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‘secretly’.
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So when Chris gave me Clem the book, the chapter I was immediately drawn to was the one entitled: "The Sports Reporters: A Carousing Bunch of Pub-loving, Laid Back Troubadours.
There was also an informal, highly competitive horsegambling culture that featured Clem, Hugh, Ian Robertson and others who were constantly sharing tips, more often at the bookies' expense, especially when they got close to certain trainers like Ian Balding (father of Clare) who would generously share some accurate piece of stable gossip.
GEORGE Clem (Dad) You will always be in our hearts, and forever in our thoughts.
He said Simmons actually kept mum about Clem until the sale had cleared and he was no longer liable for catching and removing Clem himself.
We spend far too much time with the most annoying character in this entire season, his grating nephew, Gabe (who I wouldn't mind being eaten by a zombie at this point), instead of the two more interesting people in his life: Clem and Kate.
Ken Jackson, who took over the property section from Clem, said: "As a person, he was a really nice bloke.
Clem said, "We started out relatively small, but now we collect thousands of toys.
My life with Clem has always been marked by journey, travel, adventure, and exploring.
Clem and Violet are set up as opposites who are both pulling away from and orbiting one another.
M2 EQUITYBITES-April 22, 2014-DGSE Companies appoints Dusty Clem as new chairman, president and CEO
Clem's cup strike CLEM Stephenson and George Richardson gave Town a 2-0 win when Brighton first called for an FA Cup second (modern fourth) round replay in 1921-22, when Town won the trophy.