CLEAVE


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CLEAVEC Language Exploratory Analysis of Variance (research software)
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Once again, the best that can happen to anyone on earth is to discover and cleave to his or her purpose early in life.
Prior to joining Vector, Cleave founded the world's first company to commercialize X-band frequencies (XTAR, LLC) and was recruited by Lockheed Martin to manage business development activities for the multi-billion dollar organization, subsequently becoming its president of commercial launch services and vice president of its commercial satellite business unit.
| Rosie Cleave, of the NSPCC, with Charles Smith, of Shepley Spring 260516CPRIDE_07
Powered by crackling dialogue among his characters, Cleave's novel is beautiful, though in a darkling sort of way.
The US Food and Drug Administration has granted orphan drug designation to United States-based Cleave Biosciences' lead drug candidate, CB-5083, it was reported on Tuesday.
"Most projections are that cargo volumes will almost double by 2020 from today's level of around 250m tonnes," explains Mr Cleave. "This new landscape will call for a whole new skills set, and with its extensive experience of working with industry and regulatory bodies, Videotel is the best placed to service those needs."
Influence hit back through Joe Arundell but Cleave added his second and Josh Gill netted as Christ Church ran out 5-1 victors.
“I've partnered with senior business leaders for more than 15 months to carefully plan a succession strategy that best supports our employees, clients, and future growth,” said Van Cleave. “I could not and would not walk away until I knew the business was in great hands, and under strong leadership from the right team.”
With the financing, NEA joins series A investors US Venture Partners, 5AM Ventures, Clarus Ventures LLC, OrbiMed Advisors LLC, Astellas Venture Management LLC and Osage University Partners, which infused USD44m of series A capital into Cleave in 2011 to help the company bankroll its cancer drug discovery and development activities.
Cleave's earlier novels include the bestseller Little Bee.
Chris Cleave's novel Gold is about two female bicyclists who compete fiercely during the 2004 (Athens), 2008 (Beijing) and 2012 (London) Olympic seasons.
Author Chris Cleave knew the world of competitive cycling was tough before he wrote his novel 'Gold' - but he didn't know that a 'method acting' approach to the sport would lead him to a breakdown.