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CLIVE

Computer-aided Learning in Veterinary Education. A consortium of six veterinary schools in the United Kingdom providing computer based learning in veterinary undergraduates courses.
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Clive Owen's LP has grown significantly over its 32-year history since Clive himself founded the firm.
Louise Brooke-Smith, who founded and runs consultancy Brooke Smith Planning in Edgbaston, said on Twitter: "Very sad to learn that Clive Dutton OBE has died.
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Mr Musgrove said he had known Clive, who is godfather to one of his sons, for many years.
Clive of India's Shropshire roots are often overlooked, despite the statue of the man in the market square at Shrewsbury.
When confronted about them, Clive said: "Um, yeah, I need to speak to somebody because I've been advised not to say anything about that.
Clive was 48 when he accepted, after some hesitation because his close friend John Le Mesurier was hesitating too, the role of L Cpl Jones, the bumbling old butcher in the sitcom Dad's Army.
A ceremony at Lagoona Mall was attended by Pari Gallery general manager Salman Abdul Rahim, and Clive Christian Company owner Victoria Clive Christian.
This is something that Clive Gracey, a photographer who has lived in the sultanate for many years and opened his first photography exhibition at Al Araimi Complex last week, also believes.
By NICK OWENS VETERAN TV presenter and writer Clive James has revealed he is battling lifethreatening leukaemia.
Sir Clive William John Granger, Emeritus Professor of the University of California, San Diego, UK citizen, died on 27 May 2009.