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cleeve

(kliːv)
n
dialect a cliff
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I saw it was just a mile and a half to the next lock - Wallingford - and five on from there to Cleeve.
Kings Lynn chairman Stephen Cleeve though insisted both games should take place at the same time.
RaCe OF The day BIG BUCK'S and Thistlecrack helped cement the Cleeve Hurdle's (3.35) status as a Stayers' trial and without a Goliath of that level around, today's Galliard Homes-backed event has attracted a sizeable 12-runner field.
DANNY COOK reckons Midnight Shadow will relish the move up to three miles in Saturday's Cleeve Hurdle.
Marigold Cleeve discovered the missing names whilst researching the stories of the 478 men who are commemorated at Loughborough's Carillon Tower and War Memorial which are featured every week in the Echo.
It should be a daily 'go to' after any sun Abi Cleeve, of Ultrasun exposure," says Abi Cleeve, MD of Ultrasun UK.
M2 EQUITYBITES-August 8, 2017-PSEG appoints Karen Cleeve as VP of Corporate Communications
It happened just before noon on Thursday near Cleeve Prior in Worcestershire.
REBECCA CURTIS is thinking of aiming At Fishers Cross at the Cleeve Hurdle on Festival Trials Day at Cheltenham on January 30.
14 May 2015 - UK-based acquisition vehicle Cleeve Capital (LSE: SAT) has closed its acquisition of UK-based satellite broadband services provider Satellite Solutions Worldwide Ltd.
The six-year-old will test his World Hurdle credentials in the Cleeve Hurdle on Festival Trials Day at Cheltenham on January 24.