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cleave

See cleavage.

cleat, cleave

claw of any cloven-footed animal.
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Writing about war, Cleave says, surprisingly freed him "from having to have bad guys.
It shows how the war on terror is such a demented concept, Cleave says, which should be examined from a human point of view, rather than an ideological one.
Cleave, who was on licence from prison at the time of the mugging, was sent back to jail following his arrest, but the judge said a theft conviction would not have added any time to the remainder of the sentence.
Van Cleave is currently at Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston.
Van Cleave is now at Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston.
Cashmans: 5-2 Superhods Hero, 3 Tyrur Ted, 11-2 Hee Haws Cantona, 6 Student Pass, 8 Goblet Of Fire, Ballymac Floss, 12 Vancouver Spark, 20 Deerfield Mover, 33 Cleave Hill, 50 Costly Flight, 66 Knockna Kirka, Final Show Down.
Yet Cleave knows that he can't succeed with mere sex and violence, so his book serves up a helping of Love Conquers All.
El sfumato otorga a la imagen una apariencia dinamica, vibrante: Cleave y Vander son dificiles de aprehender porque todo el tiempo manifiestan los movimientos de una conciencia que se abisma sin abandonar, jamas, la ironia --pensemos que entre las acepciones de la palabra esta la de simulacion.
Studies on sortases, membrane-anchored transpeptidases that cleave surface proteins, were described.
During the Vietnam War, the story of black soldiers who rebelled against the army's murderous racism is one example of how war and its effects can cleave along the issue of race.
If the cleave direction is oriented with the crystallographic plane a straight cleave will follow.
The very concept of this collection, clearly implied in the title, is a resonant idea and traditional theme of artists, providing a wealth of material from which Suarez and Van Cleave have made varied yet focused selections.