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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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She's got cliver fingers of her own, and can be useful enough when she likes and I should miss her wi' the butter, for she's got a cool hand.
For I've often a deal inside me as'll never come out; and for what you talk o' your folks in your old country niver saying prayers by heart nor saying 'em out of a book, they must be wonderful cliver; for if I didn't know "Our Father", and little bits o' good words as I can carry out o' church wi' me, I might down o' my knees every night, but nothing could I say."
(91.) Cliver, interview; Dvorchak, interview; Sparks, interview; and Sokol, interview.
This first ever recorded solar flare has come to be known as the 'Carrington Event.' This space weather event generated aurora to very low-latitude locations (e.g., Hawaii, Cuba, and Chile) in both the northern and southern hemispheres on Earth (Cliver 2006, Green 2006, and Shea and Smart 2006).
They also have been found to occur in nectar and honey (Snowdon and Cliver 1995).
[8] Lu GC, Goldenberg RL, Cliver SP, Kreaden US, Andrews WW Vaginal fetal finbronectin levels and spontaneous preterm birth in symptomatic women.
Furthermore, methodological difficulties related to the definition of this criterion have contributed to the controversy surrounding the relationship of SGA children to adverse outcomes (Gardosi, 2006; Goldenberg, Hoffman, & Cliver, 1998; Lundgren & Tuvemo, 2008; Pallotto & Kilbride, 2006).
Models were adjusted a priori for maternal age, the difference between maternal and paternal age, maternal prepregnancy BMI, infant sex, serum lipids (except PFCs), and serum cotinine concentrations (Cliver et al.