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Clive

(klaɪv)
n
(Biography) Robert, Baron Clive of Plassey. 1725–74, British general and statesman, whose victory at Plassey (1757) strengthened British control in India

Clive

(klaɪv)

n.
Robert (Baron Clive of Plassey), 1725–74, British general and statesman in India.
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