Cleves


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Cleves

 (klēvz)
See Kleve.
References in classic literature ?
Grand old Bisham Abbey, whose stone walls have rung to the shouts of the Knights Templars, and which, at one time, was the home of Anne of Cleves and at another of Queen Elizabeth, is passed on the right bank just half a mile above Marlow Bridge.
The mourners included Harry Kassen, a student at the Manhattan school where one of the victims, Nicholas Cleves, 23, worked parttime.
Indeed, occurrences of the noun "amour" have relatively limited presence in La Princesse de Cleves, less than a quarter of the nouns in the semantic field.
1540: Henry VIII divorced his fourth wife Anne of Cleves, nicknamed The Flanders Mare, after six months of marriage.
Into that debate steps historian Rachel Hope Cleves with a new study that rescues from oblivion the marriage-like union between two women, Charity Bryant [1777-1851] and Sylvia Drake [1783-1868].
Don't be afraid to go big and bold when it comes to your sofa selection; the Cleves Grand Sofa is beautifully lavish with its velvet fabric and dazzling orange hue; >This gold is elegant gorgeous curled up on the Cleves you will certainly feel like you're luxuriating in your own eastern palace.
Don't be afraid to go big and bold when it comes to your sofa selection; the Cleves grand sofa is beautifully lavish with its velvet fabric and dazzling orange hue; curled up on the Cleves you will certainly feel like you're luxuriating in your own eastern palace.
Henry's joy turned to despair, and he chose to marry the German princess Anne of Cleves.
Cleves posits that both Bryant and Drake in their teens and early twenties began to stray discernibly from the path usually assigned to white middle-class women in the early Republic.
Cleves Delp knows a little something about attracting and keeping high-net-worth clients.