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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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Beryl and Clive Thomas have celebrated their diamond wedding
Clive looked about, and asked his friend if he could hear Jackie's voice.
AISLE BE YOUR WIFE Clive tested his new limbs on tour of Sydney with love Jenn
Tony Luckett, managing partner of Clive Owen, said: "It's quite right that we look to develop future talent, particularly in tax, which is a specialist area and is changing on what seems like a weekly basis at the moment.
Building on the Clive Christian heritage and ethos of designing the best of British luxury, but injecting new momentum and investment, is what will fuel that growth.
By 2002 the company had launched Clive Christian No 1 which, at USD 2,150 an ounce, is the most expensive perfume in the world.
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.
Clive said: "I've worked with Liz for a long time and I've been inspired by her determination and courage since being diagnosed with multiple sclerosis, which is why I set myself the challenge to walk 539 miles.
Bernie De Souza was chosen as Master of Ceremonies and keynote sales speaker for the York Racecourse event and Sir Clive delivered a motivational speech on the DNA of a champion.
It's surprising that Robert Clive has not been the subject of countless films - I only know of one - for his life follows a classical trajectory of triumph and tragedy.
A source has revealed that Clive has had sexual relations in the past and is not the hand-wringing virgin depicted in the show.