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Cloverleaf

A gravitationally lensed image of a very distant quasar (redshift 2.56) in the form of four images separated by about 1 arc second. The lensing galaxy has not yet been detected and may itself lie at comparatively high redshift. See gravitational lens.

cloverleaf

[′klō·vər‚lēf]
(civil engineering)
A highway intersection resembling a clover leaf and designed to allow movement and interchange of traffic without direct crossings and left turns.
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The cause of death was given as bleeding on the brain due to a head injury and Clover Leaf syndrome.
The entrance and exit ramps at Route 18 / Main Street clover leaf shall be included.
Kandaswami to finalise the functioning model and Request for Qualification ( RFQ) documents of the clover leaf flyover at the Hero Honda Chowk on the Delhi- Gurgaon E- way soon.
The money was used to buy brush-cutters and train volunteers to keep the footpaths clear and to print leaflets to give out to every household in West Rainton and Leamside, in County Durham, containing details of the scenic routes, entitled Clover Leaf Walks.
The inquest heard how George, who suffered from the rare genetic disorder, Clover Leaf syndrome, which resulted in a malformed skull, fused bones, a cleft palette, and learning and mobility difficulties, had left the cinema with the group.
The co-operative clover leaf logo could be scrapped as societies prepare themselves for a big change of corporate clothing.
Income Fund, through its subsidiaries, indirectly owns a majority interest in Bumble Bee Seafoods and its sister company in Canada, Clover Leaf Seafoods, L.
About 4,000 women have implants made by French manufacturer PIP Hydrogel, which is supplied in the UK by Clover Leaf Products.
To be known as the Clover 2000 appeal - inspired by the school's clover leaf emblem - it will help provide better facilities, equipment and transport for pupils with severe learning disabilities at the Leyland Road school.
Abigail was born with a rare skull deformity, called clover leaf syndrome, which left her brain- damaged, deformed, partially-sighted, deaf and unable to breathe or feed without help.
With the existing Sharjah Bridge, new extension will be incorporated and the bridgge will be elevated taking traffic through a clover leaf interchange to and from the bridge in four directions.