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Clove

An obsolete unit of weight variously equivalent to values between seven and 10 pounds. It was used in the sale of cheese and wool.
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In those early, difficult days of World War II, Cleave's characters, both at home and on the battlefield, confront not just privation but shocking and unexpected losses, something Cleave brilliantly conveys to his readers.
Mark Layman, President of Balfour Beatty Construction Services US, will assume leadership over the national business when Van Cleave retires at year-end.
Country: USASector: PharmaceuticalsTarget: Cleave Biosciences IncBuyer: New Enterprise AssociatesDeal size in USD: 10mType: VCStatus: ClosedComment: Investment brings total series A financing to USD54m.
Although he's learned the hard way about his own limits, Cleave has a new found respect for sports and the Olympic Games in particular.
Cleave, who is married and has three children, is also a columnist for The Guardian.
But Judge Peter Ross said Cleave, who has previous convictions for violence, should face a more serious robbery charge because the victim was shoved in the back before her purse was stolen.
Van Cleave, formerly from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, and her colleagues also determined that parents of children with special health care needs (CSHCN) are more satisfied with well-child visits when more illness-related subjects are discussed and less satisfied if expectations for discussing the child's illness are unmet.
Van Cleave, formerly of the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, and her colleagues also determined that parents of children with special health care needs (CSHCN) are more satisfied with well-child visits when more illness-related subjects are discussed and less satisfied if expectations for discussing the child's illness are unmet.
Restriction enzymes, also known as restriction endonucleases, are a group of enzymes that cleave DNA molecules at specific sites.
On Saturday it looked as if the old Tyrur Ted had turned up when he headed Cleave Hill before the first bend and went clear off the second bend.
Cleave told the Guardian that the timing was "macabre," the Telegraph that it was a "sorrowful coincidence," and the readers of his website that "the response of Marie Fatayi-Williams to the loss of her son on 7th July is more important than anything I have written.
The newly-discovered enzymes can identify and cleave specific sequences of single-strand RNAs.