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Clive

Robert, Baron Clive of Plassey. 1725--74, British general and statesman, whose victory at Plassey (1757) strengthened British control in India
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Clive said: "It was a bit of a shock, as I thought I would never see it again.
Clive subsequently joined Heel USA as its general manager.
In a larger scale, Clive - like all the characters - has to adapt to all the changes that have taken place in Seattle since the Discovery Day.
Treorchy-born Clive has always maintained a strong bond with the former Boys' Clubs of Wales Association and is a past president of the movement.
Clive, Jackie and most present went out to have a look - and there was a white, lens-shaped craft, hanging motionless in the clear blue sky.
And following a gruelling month in which he had to grow accustomed to the new limbs, Clive popped the question.
George, who has joined Clive Owen as a tax trainee after A-levels at Carmel College in Darlington, said: "I'm delighted to be given the chance to start a career in tax with Clive Owen.
In 1999, Clive Christian acquired the Crown Fferfumery Company, the only house ever to have been granted the image of Queen Victoria's crown, an image that defines every bottle of Clive Christian perfume.
The investment will see the founder, Clive Christian, dispose of a majority stake in his eponymous company.
At Eastside City Park, we failed in a Big Lottery bid to fund the new park and that day Clive burst into the council chief exec's office and came out with the money to pay for it.
Business advisers and accountants Clive Owen LLP launched Clive Owen Wealth Management at the end of last year.