Crossword clues for clements
Housing Units (2000): 81
Land area (2000): 0.384869 sq. miles (0.996805 sq. km)
Water area (2000): 0.000000 sq. miles (0.000000 sq. km)
Total area (2000): 0.384869 sq. miles (0.996805 sq. km)
FIPS code: 11836
Located within: Minnesota (MN), FIPS 27
Location: 44.381000 N, 95.053564 W
ZIP Codes (1990): 56224
Note: some ZIP codes may be omitted esp. for suburbs.
Clements may refer to:
Clements (dates unknown) was an English professional cricketer who made 5 known appearances in first-class cricket matches from 1787 to 1790.
Clements is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
- Andrew Clements, author
- Andrew Jackson Clements, politician
- Bill Clements, politician
- Charlie Clements, British actor
- Chuck Clements, American football player
- Dave Clements, North Irish football player
- Earle C. Clements, Kentucky politician and governor
- Frederic Clements, ecologist
- James Clements, ornithologist
- Jeremy Clements, NASCAR driver
- Joe Clements, actor
- John Clements (disambiguation), multiple people
- Jonathan Clements, British author
- Kenny Clements, English football defender
- Logan Clements, California businessman and politician
- Nate Clements, NFL cornerback
- Nathaniel Clements, Irish politician
- Nick Clements, linguist and phonologist
- Richard Clements (painter)
- Richard Clements (journalist)
- Ron Clements, American animation director
- Roy Clements, author
- Sasha Clements (born 1990), Canadian actress
- Shane Clements (1958–2001), Australian cricketer
- Stan Clements, football player
- Stanley Clements, actor
- Sylvester G. Clements, American politician
- Tom Clements (disambiguation), multiple people
- Vassar Clements, American fiddle player
- William L. Clements (1861-1934), collector of historical works and benefactor to the University of Michigan
Usage examples of "clements".
Murder, he said, was a crossword puzzle, and he was addicted to puzzles, he also said, though neither Malone nor Clements had ever seen him indulging his addiction.
There was no room for all of them, plus Clements, in Malone's office, so they repaired to the big main room.
He was as surprised as Clements at his reaction to Peta Smith's death.
He and Clements got two birds with the one visit: Channing was back from his court appearance and he and Lazarus were having a sandwich lunch in Channing's office.
An outsider witnessing the moment would have assumed that Malone and Clements were the hosts and the two lawyers the guests.
He and Clements were now working the old switch-the-bowling technique.
He pulled up when he saw Malone and Clements, stood stockstill with the two big suitcases almost pulling his arms out of their sockets.
He and Clements had concentrated on Dourane and his wife and, once Rod Channing had arrived, had got nowhere.
Malone and Clements, in suits and hats and ties, not a muscle in sight, looked like drop-ins from another planet.
Her back was to Malone and Clements and she remained like that a moment.
He tolerated and told Irish jokes, but only Clements understood his Irishness.
Malone was just glad that Russ Clements was off-duty and for the first time he could recall he looked at Kagal with suspicion.
Immediately in front of Malone and Clements sat a wino with a full bottle of plonk in one hand and a mobile phone in the other: the economy had indeed turned the corner, if seeing was believing.
Once inside they separated, Malone going right off the main lobby, Clements turning left.
He wanted to lean across the table, grab him and belt him one, just as Clements had wanted to do.