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As I See it (2003)
The Autobiography of J. Paul Getty by Jean Paul Getty
November 10: Gala, lavish dinner given by Charles Clore. Other guests included Isaac Wolfson, Sam S. P. Eagle, Simon Marks, Gilbert Miller and many more. Charlie Clore is a munificent host. November ...
A General and Heraldic Dictionary of the Peerages of England, Ireland, and Scotland, Extinct, Dormant, and in Abeyance
by John Burke
Cholmtmdeiey Clore. B. Clore CIore, E. Holleo ell-IO. 3- - Holleo (Pdhnm) Clore, of -—-- B. Clxre Ciormce, D. Plootogtnet Clormce, D. PIontogenet Clxrence.
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- The Clore Gallery
The Clore Gallery (1986) at Tate Britain by Stirling Wilford Associates
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- The Clore Gallery for the Turner Collection
A National Gallery of art in London, near Millbank.
It is housed on the site of Millbank Prison (which was knocked down in the 1890s).
It was opened as the National Gallery of British Art in 1897.
It is Grade II* listed building.
It is by Sidney R J Smith, additions in 1909, 1926 by W Romaine Walker and various other later changes. Made of Portland stone.
Tate Britain - Heritage Gateway
This is The Clore Gallery, designed by James Sterling which houses work by Turner.
It was opened in 1987.
Photo credit: ell brown
Scrabble value of C3L1O1R1E1
The value of this 5-letter word is 7 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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