CLEVER


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AcronymDefinition
CLEVERCompact Low Emission Vehicle for Urban Transport
CLEVERClinical Laboratory for Evaluation and Validation of Epidemiologic Research
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'Yes,' said the mother, 'if only someone would come who would have her.' At length a man came from a distance and wooed her, who was called Hans; but he stipulated that Clever Elsie should be really smart.
But you also shall have a fox's head if you can prove you're as clever as Button-Bright."
If them two clever ones have made up their minds to it, what's left for me to do?
When they groaned in their misery and toil, they were persuaded to keep on in their misery and toil by pretty tales of a land beyond the skies where they would live famously and fat while the clever ones roasted in everlasting fire.
He chaffs her tremendously about her radicalism, and he is so immensely clever that she can't answer him, though she is rather clever too.
"If you are clever enough to do this," he said, "I promise to make you and your descendants rich for ever."
It must be very clever, or he would not have brought it.
My Lady was too dignified to skip, but she laughed like the neighing of a horse, and waved her handkerchief above her head: it was clear to her very limited understanding that something very clever had been done, but what it was she had yet to learn.
Then there were the bromide powders which she had made up, and her clever male impersonations, as Dorcas recounted them to us.
Maggie kept her face buried without the aid of principle, for in that dream-suggestive attitude she had soon forgotten where she was, and her thoughts were busy with the poor deformed boy, who was so clever, when Tom called out, "Now then, Magsie!"
A Fox was boasting to a Cat of its clever devices for escaping its enemies.
He was gentle and very clever in his management of horses, and could doctor them almost as well as a farrier, for he had lived two years with a veterinary surgeon.