A female given name from Latin.
But the fashion spreads deeper and wider; the village is infected and the village green; Amelias and Claras sweep your rooms and cook your dinners, gentle Sophias milk your cows, and if you ask a pretty smiling girl at a cottage door to tell you her name, the rosy lips lisp out Caroline.
A town in Pyrénées-Orientales department, France; named Clara-Villerach since 2017.
A town in County Offaly, Ireland.
An area in Taylor County, Florida, United States.
An unincorporated community in Wayne County, Mississippi, United States.
Etymology: Latin clara, feminine of clarus, "bright, shining, clear", a post-classical name made famous by the 13th century Saint Clara (Clare) of Assisi.
RedCLARA: the Latin American space for collaboration and development in education, science and innovation CLARA (Latin American Advanced Networks Cooperation in English, Cooperación Latino Americana de Redes Avanzadas, in Spanish, the native language of the institution, and Cooperação Latino-Americana de Redes Avançadas in Portuguese) is an international organization whose aim is to connect Latin America's Research and Education Networks (NRENs), that manages RedCLARA, the network. Since year 2004 RedCLARA provides regional interconnection and connection to the world through its links to GÉANT (pan-European advanced network) and to Internet2 (United States) and, through them, to Africa's advanced networks (UbuntuNet Alliance, WACREN, ASREN), Asia (APAN, TEIN, CAREN) and Oceania (AARNET), among others. Thus, the largest academic community in Latin America has been formed, which is actively connected in order to work on multiple projects with international peers. RedCLARA is a non-profit International Law Organisation, whose legal existence is dated on 23 December 2003, when it was acknowledged as such by the legislation of Uruguay. RedCLARA develops and operates the only Latin-American advanced Internet network. Established for regional interconnection and linked to GÉANT2 (pan European advanced network) in 2004 via the ALICE Project (which –until March 2008- was co-funded by the European Commission through its @LIS Programme), RedCLARA provides regional interconnection and connection to the world through its international links to GÉANT and Internet2 (USA). Thanks to the ALICE2 Project, between December 2008 and March 2012, RedCLARA could significantly improve the capacity of its network and expand its benefits for its members and regional research communities. Thanks to the EU funded BELLA Programme, from 2017 to 2022, RedCLARA could establish a direct link to GÉANT, connecting for the first time Europe and Latin America through the EllaLink submarine cable in September 2021, that was complemented by the upgrade of RedCLARA's South American portion of its backbone. RedCLARA is constituted by 13 Latin American countries and its Assembly –where each country has representative- meets every six months to define courses of action and the policies to be implemented.
Clara is a town on the River Brosna in County Offaly and is the 10th largest town in the midlands of Ireland. The town has a population of 3001, however a number of well populated housing estates lie outside the town boundary making the actual population higher. Clara has plenty of local services including churches, banks, credit union, schools, supermarkets, shops, garages, pubs, nightclubs and restaurants. It has its own Garda and fire station while the Midlands regional hospital is located just seven miles away in Tullamore. Clara has a strong association with sport. The GAA club looks after Gaelic football and hurling from under 8 to senior level. Clara also has a successful soccer club. The town has two swimming pools and a successful pitch and putt club. Clara's power lifting club has won a number of national and international awards. A golf driving range is located in the town also with the Esker Hills golf club located just outside the town. There is a local equestrian centre and sports centre also.
Surnames Frequency by Census Records
According to the U.S. Census Bureau, Clara is ranked #23205 in terms of the most common surnames in America.
The Clara surname appeared 1,099 times in the 2010 census and if you were to sample 100,000 people in the United States, approximately 0 would have the surname Clara.
80.7% or 887 total occurrences were of Hispanic origin.
15.2% or 167 total occurrences were White.
2.7% or 30 total occurrences were Black.
1% or 12 total occurrences were Asian.
The numerical value of Clara in Chaldean Numerology is: 1
The numerical value of Clara in Pythagorean Numerology is: 8
I want to thank Joe Tsai, and Clara Tsai, and Jack Ma from Alibaba, this is a big deal and it's going to make a significant difference for us.
Obviously the virus was circulating and perhaps fairly widely in Santa Clara County, which in some ways is not that surprising given that we're a very large county, very demographically diverse and there's a lot of travel to every corner of the world, including Asia.
This is a difficult time for our organization, however our goal remains to provide the highest level of public safety to the residents of Santa Clara County, the hundreds of men and women who represent the Sheriff's Office will continue to serve our community with compassion, honesty and integrity.
We can't afford to wait to act as our water supplies are being threatened locally and across Northern California, to better deal with these threats and the emergency they are causing, today my fellow Board Members and I unanimously declared a water shortage emergency condition in Santa Clara County.
We feel it’s important to respond strongly with a message of accountability for elected officials like Judge Persky who do not take sex crimes and violence against women seriously, many eyes around the country are going to be on Santa Clara County as a model for how to respond to bias against women in the legal system.
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