Clive Sinclair


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Noun1.Clive Sinclair - English electrical engineer who founded a company that introduced many innovative products (born in 1940)
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Philip, who lives in Shoreham and works as a protection and commissioning engineer, said: I remember when the C5 was first advertised in the 1980s and seeing Sir Clive Sinclair on TV driving it.
A Gulls B Puffins C Penguins D Terns QUESTION 10 - for 10 points: Which computer, built by Clive Sinclair, marked the dawn of the age of home computing?
Max Lewis, Swindon, Wiltshire A Sir Clive Sinclair released the FTV 1 TV in 1983.
Home-computing pioneer Sir Clive Sinclair, now 75, sold the marketing and merchandising rights to his inventions to rival Amstrad for PS5million.
Critique: Enhanced with an informative Foreword by Clive Sinclair, "And So Is The Bus: Jerusalem Stories" firmly establishes Yossel Birstein as an impressively gifted storyteller and would prove to be an enduringly popular addition to community and academic library literary fiction collections.
1 Sir Clive Sinclair launched the C5 2 Britain withdrew from UNESCO 3 In Ireland, shop sales of contraceptives were legalised 4 In Colombia, the Nevado del Ruiz volcano erupted, killing over 20,000 people impossipuzzles "What's John's new phone number?
The pocket calculator (1971) Devised by Sir Clive Sinclair, the electronic calculator soon became a schoolbag staple.
Masterminded by inventor and entrepreneur Sir Clive Sinclair, the C5 was designed to be an inexpensive alternative for one person to travel.
THE man behind the muchmaligned C5, Sir Clive Sinclair, was taken back to his inventing heyday when he gave evidence at Birmingham Crown Court in a PS14 million fraud trial.