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cleav·er

(klē'ver),
A heavy knife for cutting or chopping.
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A test purchase volunteer with Croydon Council successfully purchased a Giesser meat cleaver from the shop's website on January 16.
Mulford wrote that the court interpreted the rule to mean James Cleaver, a Maryland attorney, and Garagiola "are prohibited by the rules from entering into a restriction on (Garagiola's) practice."
The second incident, at 7pm on Saturday, involved a 15-year-old boy who was approached by three men, again with a meat cleaver, who stole an iPhone and PS7 in cash.
In panic Davies took the meat cleaver from the house and followed his wife.
After posting a picture of the plastic meat cleaver on social media, Cheshire Police urged people to 'think about their actions'.
"Following a foot chase, this meat cleaver was discarded and recovered by officers."
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Rake, series 2 is a DVD compilation of the second Australian television series featuring the brilliant, sharp-tongued, yet tragically self-destructive solicitor Cleaver Greene.
Emanuel Cleaver (D-Mo.) said that he fears that some fintech companies are discriminating against minorities and taking advantage of borrowers.