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This satisfied the parish officers presently, and I lay in with as much credit as I could have done if I had really been my Lady Cleve, and was assisted in my travail by three or four of the best citizens' wives of Bath who lived in the neighbourhood, which, however, made me a little the more expensive to him.
From Cleve you get a stretch of six and a half miles without a lock.
Cleve said she plans to spend another night in a tent on the tracks and is prepared to be arrested for trespassing if necessary.
Contrary to the traditional view," Van Cleve writes, "the Revolutionary Era strengthened slavery as a political institution" (7).
In 280 pages, Stewart Van Cleve provides an engaging introduction to the history of queer Minnesotans, their lives, and loves.
The Company's flagship Campoona and Sugarloaf graphite deposits occur in the Cleve district where the Company has tenure of 933km2 in the emerging graphite province.
Cleve Cheney's new book will take its place among the greats in this field.
To clear his head, Cleve decides to take four days of leave.
George William Van Cleve and Eric Foner are both eager to correct mistaken theories and theorists.
Cleve, whose BUPA garden won a gold award at May's Chelsea Flower Show, has highlighted the threat to Binswood on his blog.
Years ago, a young experimental filmmaker named Bastian Cleve decided he'd like to put the cart before the horse.