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cleave

See cleavage.

cleat, cleave

claw of any cloven-footed animal.
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Despite the self-inflicted challenges of writing the novel, Cleave says writing historical fiction was liberating.
8220;With the company since 1989, Mark's experience, talent, and proven leadership strength is the right fit for the future of our business,” said Van Cleave.
The good news is that Cleave enjoys his cycling again, after a year out of the saddle.
Rather than being an attack on the social system in Britain, Cleave says, they are an "attack on complacency".
The judge expressed his "amazement" that Cleave was not charged with robbery in the first place, and added: "It's rare that I struggle for words.
Van Cleave said at the meeting, sponsored by the American Pediatric Society, the Society for Pediatric Research, the Ambulatory Pediatric Association, and the American Academy of Pediatrics.
Van Cleave is now at Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston.
Because of their ability to cleave DNA at specific recognition sites, restriction enzymes have played an integral role in cloning, which is perhaps their most common application.
n Semi-final draw: Heat 1: 1 Cleave Hill, 2 Vancouver Sparky, 3 Final Show Down, 4 Ballymac Floss, 5 Costly Flight, 6 Deer field Mover.
These jabs at America's ubiquitous "fallen heroes" memorials, yellow ribbons, and boot-in-your-ass country ballads are facile, but they do raise a point--though not the one Cleave intends.
Alexander Cleave y Axel Vander, actor y escritor --o sea: farsantes--, son, cada uno en su campo, celebres, pero una grieta en sus biografias les impide alcanzar la plenitud.
The Liberal government, aided and abetted by ideologically driven courts, has launched a major attack on every Christian in Canada who accepts the Bible as the rule of faith and practice (for all who cleave to traditional marriage will be viewed as bigots and discriminators).