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n.1.A cliff.
That gainst the craggy clifts did loudly roar.
- Spenser.
1.A cleft of crack; a narrow opening.
2.The fork of the legs; the crotch.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
References in classic literature ?
Clift many years ago showed that the fossil mammals from the Australian caves were closely allied to the living marsupials of that continent.
William Martin Clift, 19, of Stuart Road, Halesowen, has now been locked up for two years and four months.
Joseph Clift, a former director of strategic planning for the Long Island Rail Road, asked New Jersey Transit to take accountability of its upcoming reduction of service in reference to the impact on customers at a Wednesday meeting.
Danny Guy says: "My grandmother, Miss Lily Clift, joined The Moody Manners Opera Company on August 22, 1907, giving her age as 17, when in fact she was only 13.
John Clift, pictured, managed Stockton High Street's vast 350,000 sq ft Castlegate Shopping Centre from its inception in 1972 to his late retirement in 2011.
Showcasing author Denis Clift's impressive flair for originality, character creation, and narrative driven storytelling, "The Bronze Frog" is unreservedly recommended, especially for community library Action/Adventure Fiction collections.
Last year's runner-up Jean Clift began well against Ravensworth A's Rhoda Davidson to lead 7-1 - but Davidson fought her way back to 7-7.
David Clift, HR director at totaljobs, said: The research is a valuable insight into the regional frustrations and successes across Britain, and the different aspects of work employees value.
These assays include the Farr assay [1], the Crithidia luciliae indirect immunofluorescence test (CLIFT) [2], and a variety of solid-phase immunoassays [3].
In a note on the accounts, Brims' commercial director Ian Clift said the company had increased its margins after seeing improvements in its supply chain and an easing in the construction industry's skills availability.
? STEPHANIE Clift (left) is joining the UK tour of The Wedding Singer.
Stephanie Clift as Audrey in Little Shop of Horrors, alongside Sam Lupton as Seymour | TOP choreographer and former Strictly Come Dancing judge Arlene Phillips (below) will be revealing the truth behind the glitz, the glamour and the gossip in her first one-woman show.