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cleav·er

(klē'ver),
A heavy knife for cutting or chopping.
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As a culturally sophisticated widely-read artist, Cleaver drew inspiration from the artist-illustrated books of the early twentieth century, naming Bonnard, Picasso, Matisse, Derain, Duffy, Miro, Braque, Chagall, and Calder as artists who "brought many new concepts to book illustration and many different mediums: woodcut, linocut, etching, lithography.
Lunn, 30, of Croft Road, Nuneaton, who hit Cleaver with a bottle during the incident, was given a ninemonth jail term suspended for two years, with a rehabilitation activity and a curfew for four months.
Cleaver was working with specialists at Kentucky State University to conduct small-scale vegetable production field trials when he saw the potential of growing sweet potatoes here.
The Optical Fibre Cleaver market analysis is provided for the international markets including development trends, competitive landscape analysis, and key regions development status.
com/poolecho Nicky Collins, prosecuting, told the court that Cleaver slammed into the side of the van with considerable force, breaking his leg.
Background : The existing Cleaver Brooks methane boiler was installed in 1980 and has reached the end of its useful life.
He went in to the house and returned back with a meat cleaver," the Indian said.
Hop & Cleaver is the fourth venue the company has opened in Newcastle in the last year, coming hot on the heels of Pleased to Meet You, Lady Grey's and Redhouse.
Mr Shakoor said: "The defendant staggered out of the vehicle and a roadside breath test conducted and inside the driver's door was a meat cleaver.
Summary: Two Arab men who attacked an African family at their home over a family dispute, wielding a gun and meat cleaver, were nabbed by the Ajman Police 24 hours after committing the crime.
BEFORE Christmas Margaret Charles - nee Cleaver, of Romanby, Northallerton was given a copy of Remember When.
Eldridge Cleaver, author of the memoir Soul on Ice (1968), cemented his reputation as one of the most notorious revolutionaries in 1960s America while serving as the Minister of Information for the Black Panther Party.