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Darrow, Clarence

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishDarrow, ClarenceClarence DarrowDar‧row, Clar‧ence /ˈdærəʊ, ˈklærəns/  (1857–1938) a US lawyer known for representing workers and members of trade unions in court cases. In his most famous case, the scopes trial, he defended a teacher who was taken to court for teaching his students about evolution and the ideas of Charles darwin.
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