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cleave

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cleat, cleave

claw of any cloven-footed animal.
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Mr Cleaves joined National Express from Tube Lines, a privatised part of the London Underground, where he worked for 12 years to create a management company for the Jubilee, Northern and Piccadilly lines.
Mr Cleaves said the college would be central to a wealth of vocations outside the rail sector.
Cleaves said, 'This is a fabulous opportunity to help shape the future of the payments industry in the UK and I look forward to putting all my energy, experience and knowledge to good use in the role.
com), a leader in fiber optic product design and manufacturing, introduces the FC-6RM-C fiber cleaver, the industry's first and only automatic blade rotation cleaver for high precision cleaves of 1 to 12 fibers for use in fusion splicing, field termination, and other precision applications.
Currently, the primary cause of bad cleave angles is torsion strain in the fiber, induced by torque from conventional clamps.
Texas singer-songwriter Slaid Cleaves brings his Americana-playing band to Cafe Paradiso, 115 W.
Platelet treatment with mocarhagin, a cobra venom metalloproteinase that cleaves GpIba, significantly reduced aggregation induced by 5 mM without affecting the response to other agonists such as adenosine diphosphate (ADP).
By extending these tax credits, the President and Congress are making a significant and prudent investment in the renewable energy industry -- today and for years to come," said USA Biomass President Robert Cleaves.
Drawing on his extensive experience in the sector Andrew Cleaves will assume responsibility for transport on the LEP board and replaces David Kaye.
Cleaves has had a 25 year career with Saudi Aramco including a series of senior finance positions reporting to the CEO, CFO, and Executive Committee.
The drug works by hampering the activity of gamma secretase, an enzyme that cleaves a precursor compound to form amyloid-beta peptide.