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Clough

1. Arthur Hugh. 1819--61, British poet, author of Amours de Voyage (1858) and Dipsychus (1865)
2. Brian. 1935--2004, English footballer and manager

clough

[kləf]
(geography)
A cleft in a hill; a ravine or narrow valley.
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The Clough Global Dividend and Income Fund seeks to pursue this objective by applying a fundamental research-driven investment process and will invest in equity and equity-related securities as well as fixed income securities, including both corporate and sovereign debt, in both US and non-US markets.
Clough said: "I am disappointed with the performance at every level, we didn't have that energy.
In the foreword for a new book on Clough called I Believe in Miracles, the Chelsea boss talks about the similarities between himself and the two-time European Cup-winning manager.
Under this deal, the new group will be named as Clough Enercore, and established as Clough s Canadian engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) project delivery division.
Yet the Gazette's Boro writer Cliff Mitchell was concerned, worried that England's set-up didn't suit Clough and wouldn't bring the best out of his potent eye for goal.
A sleepy Howden Clough were caught out within the first minute when a Luke Mucha pass found an unmarked Connor Atkinson, who happily slid the ball past the onrushing keeper to give Ovenden an early advantage.
they will approach rivals Derby County for permission to speak to the rams boss and tee up an emotional return to the club where Clough played and his dad reigned in his heyday.
These gardens are one of Clough Williams-Ellis' most important achievements and it was his work here that gave him the experience to take on his other project in the area, at Portmeirion, some years later.
Jonathan Vass, 30, has been jailed for life at Preston Crown Court and given a minimum of 30 years before parole for murdering his ex-girlfriend Jane Clough, 26, a nurse at Blackpool Victoria Hospital.
He was born April 17, 1941 in Holden, MA born to the late John Paul Clough and Reubena (Bartlett) Clough, of Worcester, MA.
ROY KEANE insists he is ready to follow in the footsteps of Brian Clough and do for Ipswich Town just what Old Big 'Ed did for Derby.