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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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Cleave says the technical challenge in writing Everyone Brave Is Forgiven was getting the period details right.
“With the company since 1989, Mark's experience, talent, and proven leadership strength is the right fit for the future of our business,” said Van Cleave. “He's been an active partner of mine for the past 16 years and is the perfect leader to ensure continued forward momentum on the strategy our team has built together.”
(At the end of his book, Cleave credits the real Olympic medal-winning cyclists of 2004, 2008 and 2012, instead of his fictitious ones.
Although he's learned the hard way about his own limits, Cleave has a new found respect for sports and the Olympic Games in particular.
A toxin that's unable to cleave stays stuck in the cell membrane, incapable of attacking the cell.
Cleave's two novels, Incendiary and The Other Hand, have met with wide critical acclaim.
Now Mr Cleave has been issued with a Dangerous Building Order by magistrates in Bedlington, and given until June 1 to make his premises safe.
Oxygenase enzymes, found in certain bacteria and fungi, are also known to cleave double bonds in a similar manner.
Bruce Van Cleave, MD, is chief medical officer and senior vice president for strategic management at Aurora Health Care in Wisconsin.
Jeanne Van Cleave, said at the annual meeting of the Pediatric Academic Societies.
Jeanne Van Cleave said at the annual meeting of the Pediatric Academic Societies.
Restriction enzymes, also known as restriction endonucleases, are a group of enzymes that cleave DNA molecules at specific sites.
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.
On July 7, the day the tube bombings killed fifty-six people, British booksellers released Chris Cleave's Incendiary, a novel about a catastrophic suicide attack on Arsenal's new stadium in north London.