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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.
Today we look at work by Cleeve Langdon of Prudhoe, Northumberland.
And Kayley, who will saddle Beer Goggles in the Cleeve Hurdle, revealed a fundraising page, benefiting Mind, the Injured Jockeys Fund and the Devon Air Ambulance, has been set up.
Obviously it's tragic news and we wish Beer Goggles and all his connections the very best in the Cleeve Hurdle.
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.
The Martyrs have eight matches and six are away, starting at Bishop's Cleeve today (3pm).
Town were awarded another penalty ten minutes later following another foul on Sterling but this time Cleeve keeper Paul Tassell kept out Gregory's kick.
The Martyrs suffered a surprise 1-0 defeat at Bishops Cleeve in their latest match, while Cirencester failed to take full advantage of that slip by drawing 0-0 at home against North Leigh.