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.
14 October 2013 -- Atlanta USA-based Vion Receivable Investments said it has hired Gregory Cluse as director risk advisory services within its new Vion Advisory Services business division.
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."
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.
David Le Cluse died on Saturday, apparently devastated by claims money may have been laundered through Croydon Athletic FC.
ARRESTED Club owner Mazhar Majeed END GAME manager Tim O'Shea SHOT DEAD Le Cluse was found in garage
David Le Cluse died on Saturday, apparently devastated by claims money might have been laundered through Croydon Athletic FC.
Production supply will start gradually from 2013 at Kongsberg Automotive's plants in Cluses in France, Gurgaon in India and Wuxi in China.
Yesterday's stage, a 176.5kilometre run from Cluses to Bourg-en-Bresse, was the final chance for several riders to make their move ahead of a time trial today and the famous journey into Paris on tomorrow's final day.
DARIO FRIGO may have been the happiest man in Cluses last night after claiming the 17th stage of the Tour de France, but Santiago Botero will not be far behind.
DARIO Frigo was the happiest man in Cluses last night after claiming the 17th stage of the Tour de France, but Santiago Botero was not far behind.