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  • And that's when they decided to all take the name Clayborne and head west, where people have such fine morals and values.

    For The Roses Garwood, Julie 1995

  • The boy Anders Clayborne displays a comprehensive understanding of top secret assembly and functionality aspects of NASA spacecraft.

    Anders: A Brief History Matthew J. Robinson 2011

  • "I was in the last row, and it was the only scene when people were fidgeting," he told actors Clayborne Elder on Todd Lawson as they stood on the spare, dark set.

    A Director Finds His Way to Tennessee Lizzie Simon 2011

  • The play, called Passages of Martin Luther King, was written by Clayborne Carson, a leading King scholar and Cáitrín's teacher at Stanford.

    David A. Love: Dr. King Is Needed In China, Though His Work Isn't Done in America David A. Love 2011

  • Genevieve was standing in the center of the crowd on the opposite side of the bandstand, watching the Clayborne family—the four brothers side by side, Emily and Isabel leaning back against their husbands.

    One Red Rose Julie Garwood 2010

  • Praise for the #1 New York Times bestselling trilogy of the Clayborne brides

    One Red Rose Julie Garwood 2010

  • Adam Clayborne surprised his family by coming home in the dead of night two days earlier than expected.

    One Red Rose Julie Garwood 2010

  • His name is John Quincy Adam Clayborne, but everyone calls him Adam.

    One Red Rose Julie Garwood 2010

  • Because of her own naiveté and self-involvement, she could no longer consider becoming the wife of such an honorable man as Adam Clayborne.

    One Red Rose Julie Garwood 2010

  • The Clayborne family had made her feel worse by being so good to her.

    One Red Rose Julie Garwood 2010


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