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Numerology information Claudy:
Name Number: 3 Meaning: Communication, Interaction, Friendship, Joy, Lightness, Humor, Art, Positivity, Optimism
Definition funny of Claudy:
Some vile and rancid excuse for a member of the lug train, who thinks his flesh is worthy of our presence.
"That Claudy is a right willy!"
Songs about Claudy:
Lawdy Miss Claudy by Søren Høg from the Album Krøniken - 1949-1964
Claudy Banks by James Findlay from the Album The Liberty to Choose: Songs from the New Penguin Book of English Folk Songs
The Banks Of Claudy by Mary Dillon from the Album North
The Banks Of Claudy by Dónal Lunny from the Album Idir An Dá Sholas
Claudy Banks by Waterson:Carthy from the Album Common Tongue
Kool Claudy by Gary Didier Perez from the Album Rache Pikan
Lawdy Miss Claudy by The Amos Garrett Doug Sahm Gene Taylor Band from the Album Live in Japan
Books about Claudy:
Claudy Conn's Bestselling Regencies (box set) by Claudy Conn and Karen Babcock (Aug 11, 2014)
Claudy Jongstra: Matter and Meaning by Ingeborg de Roode, Claudy Jongstra and Toon Lauwen (Mar 1, 2006)
Claudy: Webster's Timeline History, 1800 - 2007 by Icon Group International (May 27, 2010)
Faust: A Tragedy / by Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe ; Translated in the Original Metres by Frank Claudy by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (Aug 31, 2012)
Banks of Claudy by Edward Bunting and Traditional (Apr 25, 2013)
On Claudy Banks by Martin Butler (Sep 13, 2007)
Faust: A Tragedy / by Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe ; Translated in the Original Metres by Frank Claudy by Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe (Apr 22, 2010)
Wiki information Claudy:
Claudy is a village and townland in County Londonderry, Northern Ireland. It lies in the Faughan Valley, 6 miles southeast of Derry, where the River Glenrandal joins the River Faughan. Claudy had a population of 1,316 people in the 2001 Census. It...
The Claudy bombing occurred on 31 July 1972, when three car bombs exploded mid-morning on the Main Street of Claudy in County Londonderry, Northern Ireland. The attack killed nine civilians, and became known as "Bloody Monday". Those who planted the...