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CLEECenter for Lifelong Engineering Education
CLEECertified Law Enforcement Executive (various locations)
CLEEComité Local Education Economie (French: Local Education Economics Committee)
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Clee, who played District League football for Holme Valley Academicals as a teenager, is primarily a winger.
Mr Clee said to the jurors: "You will come to the decisions in this case based on the evidence you have heard.
Questioning Stephen Bennett, Mr Clee said: "There's a pretty obvious explanation how the blood and gun residue got on your trainers, Mr Bennett.
Nick Cassidy fired just wide after Clee had driven the ball into the box, but the Tynesiders were making little headway on a good Nethermoor pitch.
After they were alerted, officers carried out inquiries in the area and subsequently arrested Clee.
A through ball from Clee opened up the Bay defence for Reeves to run on and score, and then James Lawrie broke clear on the left and got Altrincham's fourth.
Coughlin's luck ran out on 73 minutes when Clee, making space just outside the box, fired a venomous left foot shot into the far corner.
Mr Clee said Fisher began by painting white crosses on the front door of the woman's home.
Mr Clee said that while in hospital Fisher told a nurse that he had "stabbed her because she was in so much pain".
1 SUPER Steven Clee bagged a double as Edinburgh stunned Burntisland with a sensational display.
Mrs Robertson's brother, John Clee, said she was tied up and held hostage in the yacht's cabin for up to ten hours, fearing that she too would be killed.