CLEIN

AcronymDefinition
CLEINCombined Law Enforcement Information Network
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And while Jason Holder's men just failed to get over the line, the experience inspired Clein to take 4/19 as the league leaders put poor Alder to the sword with a 148-run win.
While the weather is well beyond Clein's jurisdiction, the club's ground staff managed to minimise the amount of time lost after the rain, both on Tuesday and yesterday.
This was not surprising given that we had just enjoyed a very good performance of Elgar's Cello Concerto by the talented Natalie Clein.
Cllr Clein said he believed Mr Hughes was likely to be the next leader of the party once Nick Clegg had been ousted.
The opening theme and first variation were delivered with unconstrained, honeyed warmth and the second variation was all waggish humour, but Clein's control was absolute, communicating real feeling rather than mere pyrotechnics through the cadenzas and virtuosic finale, reinforced by some lovely exchanges with solo flute.
STRIFE: John Deed (Martin Shaw), centre, with Charlie (Louisa Clein), third from left
Uri was a guest along with Mr Clein, Liverpool's Lord Mayor, at an anniversary dinner for The Jewish Telegraph in the city.
Now Labour Mayor of Liverpool, Joe Anderson, has asked former political foe Mr Clein to lead a review into how the centres can survive beyond 2017.
MUSICAL TREAT...Stafford Gatehouse Theatre welcomes cellist Natalie Clein.
Clein said Carpenter then became obsessed with getting caught and fled the country.