cluse

cluse

[klüz]
(geology)
A narrow gorge, trench, or water gap with steep sides that cuts transversely through an otherwise continuous ridge.
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Her life, lived as a half re- cluse, gave rise to all sorts of stories concerning her.
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Latest data have been on the soft side and it has really raised people's attention," said Reinhard Cluse, chief European economist at UBS.
UBS economist Reinhard Cluse said any moves to get credit flowing again to the SMEs would take time, because they would likely require the European Investment Bank becoming involved.
I have no cluse as to the details of this particular case.
There is a risk that the spending increase will prove to be permanent C* and the sensitivity to oil price declines will be higher," said Reinhard Cluse, UBS economist in London.
Tourism revenues are taking a big hit and are unlikely to recover quickly," Reinhard Cluse, economist at UBS in London, said.
David Le Cluse died on Saturday, apparently devastated by claims money might have been laundered through Croydon Athletic FC.
London, Oct 4 (ANI): The chairman of a football club caught up in the Pakistan match-fixing scandal, David Le Cluse, who was also a friend of Pakistan Test fixer Mazhar Majeed, has reportedly shot himself amid claims he had lost a fortune following the cricket scandal.
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Si ce rythme de croissance est inferieur aux previsions faites lors de l'elaboration du Schema directeur, l'analyse retrospective de l'urbanisation dans la cluse de Chambery demontre les mefaits d'une croissance urbaine insuffisamment regulee : entre 1972 et 2000, la << tache >> urbaine a augmente de 112 %, pour une croissance de population de 36 %.