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In the guise of "Nick Cloot", Satannish had Glorian sign a contract in exchange for help.
The boundary crosses the Welland, then follows the New River to the east, to the north of Cloot House and Bank House Farm.
It is here Lys, a woman who has spoken to Cloot in dreams, transforms Cloot into a peregrine falcon.
He rescues Cloot and becomes close friends, at the same time befriending a young prostitute named Eryn, and Eryn and Torkyn have sexual intercourse.
-Thorau, Christian, Cloot, Julia and Saxer, Marion (Editors): "Zeitgenosse Machaut.
Saxon and Cloot are Paladin; Merkhud and Sorrel are the earthly parents of Orlac, as they had adopted Orlac from the thieves.
A cluit (Anglicised cloot) less commonly refers to the cloven hoof of cattle, sheep or pigs, and from this the term Cluitie is used as a euphemism for the Devil.
Lori grew up in the Scottish Borders where she was a founder member of The Small Hall Band and played in the Clarty Cloot Ceilidh Band.
Kelud (Klut, Cloot, Kloet, Kloete, Keloed or Kelut) is a volcano located in East Java on Java in Indonesia.
The saying "Ne'er cast a cloot til Mey's oot" conveys a warning not to shed any clothes before the summer has fully arrived and the May flowers (hawthorn blossoms) are in full bloom.
(They stayed at well-known Hotel Cloot at the corner of Bongerd and Emmastraat - Arnold's son Peter would later marry Christine Cloot.)
As of mid-2009, Itinera Institute resident scholars include Marc De Vos (Director), Ivan Van de Cloot, Johan Albrecht, Jean Hindriks and François Daue.
The story tells that the MacLeods procured the help of Clootie (a Scottish name for the Devil, deriving from 'cloot', meaning one division of a cleft hoof) to build the castle and in return the daughter of one of the MacLeod chieftains was betrothed to him as payment.