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, Cleve or Eng. Cleves, city (1994 pop. 44,780), North Rhine–Westphalia, W Germany, near the Dutch border. Tourism is important in the city, and its manufactures include foodstuffs, clothing, and chemical products.
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Following an incident on 09/01/18 in which a man is alleged to have exposed himself approximately 10 metres beyond the Cleves School bicycle/field gate, where the woods start at the junction with Oatlands Chase, the police have requested the following is shared with parents in the local area.
He said he'd just recently worked with Cleves on lighting and sound for a school performance.
La Princesse de Cleves opens with a reference to "la magnificence et la galanterie" (331) as the defining features of Henri Il's proto-classical court.
Cleves reconstructs each woman's family history and childhood, tracing the desires, disappointments, and opportunities that led to their first meeting in 1807 in Weybridge, Vermont.
The Cleves grand sofa is a luxurious piece of furniture with its soft fabric, solid wood feet and sumptuous colour
Cleves suggests that gossip about inappropriately intense relationships drove Charity out of Dartmouth, Massachusetts, and then followed her West to Cummington, where she moved to join the household of her brother Peter and his wife Sally, but trouble there too drove her on to other family members in Pelham.
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1540: King Henry VIII married his fourth wife, Anne of Cleves.
Anne of Cleves, King Henry VIII's fourth wife, was one of the few wives who survived her marriage to the king.
And while 84% realised Katy Perry was Russell Brand's ex-wife, only 42% knew Catherine of Aragon and Anne of Cleves were divorced from Henry VIII.