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Synonyms for cleave

cleave to

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Synonyms for cleave

to separate into parts with or as if with a sharp-edged instrument

to hold fast

Synonyms for cleave

separate or cut with a tool, such as a sharp instrument

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make by cutting into

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About Cleave Biosciences Biopharmaceutical company Cleave Biosciences is a pioneer in the discovery and development of drugs that target protein homeostasis systems and have the potential to transform the treatment of people with difficult to treat solid tumors and hematologic malignancies.
Van Cleave is charged with second-degree robbery, first-degree burglary, third-degree assault and interfering with the making a police report.
With more than 30 years in the construction industry, Van Cleave joined the company (then Centex Construction) in 1996 as president and chief executive officer of its Southwest operations.
This 'method acting' equivalent of writing saw Cleave, a best seller with 'Incendiary' and also 'The Other Hand', follow a similar training regime to elite level cyclists for two months.
KIND WORDS: Pictured at Woodsome Hall Golf Club literary lunch are, from left, Christine Saxon, fundraising manager for the NSPCC, Ian Clayton and Rosie Cleave (PC090810Knspcc-01)
Cleave, who is married and has three children, is also a columnist for The Guardian.
But Judge Peter Ross said Cleave, who has previous convictions for violence, should face a more serious robbery charge because the victim was shoved in the back before her purse was stolen.
5) Similarly, Alexander Cleave, Cass's father, who is an actor by profession, has 'made a living shaping .
Because of their ability to cleave DNA at specific recognition sites, restriction enzymes have played an integral role in cloning, which is perhaps their most common application.
On Saturday it looked as if the old Tyrur Ted had turned up when he headed Cleave Hill before the first bend and went clear off the second bend.
Cleave told the Guardian that the timing was "macabre," the Telegraph that it was a "sorrowful coincidence," and the readers of his website that "the response of Marie Fatayi-Williams to the loss of her son on 7th July is more important than anything I have written.
The newly-discovered enzymes can identify and cleave specific sequences of single-strand RNAs.
said Barnabas Cleave, Business Development Manager, Gamer.
The Liberal government, aided and abetted by ideologically driven courts, has launched a major attack on every Christian in Canada who accepts the Bible as the rule of faith and practice (for all who cleave to traditional marriage will be viewed as bigots and discriminators).
During the Vietnam War, the story of black soldiers who rebelled against the army's murderous racism is one example of how war and its effects can cleave along the issue of race.