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Clarence A series in the Lower Cretaceous of New Zealand, underlain by the Taitai, overlain by the Raukumara, and comprising the Urutawan, Motuan, and Ngaterian Stages. It is roughly contemporaneous with the upper Albian and lower Cenomanian.

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clarence

clarence four-wheeled four-seated carriage. XIX. Named after the Duke of Clarence, afterwards William IV.

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