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Synonyms for rive

to separate or pull apart by force

to crack or split into two or more fragments by means of or as a result of force, a blow, or strain

Synonyms for rive

tear or be torn violently


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

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Those who are part of a shared ministry arrangement might work for the Anglican Church for rive years and then spend rive years in the employ of the United Church.
29 November 2011 - Russian lender UralSib Bank (RTD:USBN) said on Monday it would provide Rive Gauche with RUB1bn (USD32m/EUR24m) under a credit line the cosmetic products retailer had opened with the bank.
Although some major industrial countries--such as the United States and Japan--are still increasing their use of coal, world use has changed little in the last rive years.
2 August 2013 - US catalytic and separations processes technology developer Rive Technology said it had raised USD20m (EUR15m) in a Series D financing round led by Saudi Aramco Energy Ventures (SAEV).
Des personnalites du monde de la diplomatie, des medias et de la culture, reunis par le 34eme Moussem culturel international d'Assilah, ont considere que seule une implication active des pays de la rive sud de la mediterranee peut ouvrir de nouvelles perspectives, plus prometteuses, au partenariat euro-mediterraneen.
Materials solutions company Rive Technology reported on Friday the appointment of David C Aldous as its chief executive officer, succeeding founding CEO Lawrence Evans under a long-planned succession strategy.
M2 EQUITYBITES-November 29, 2011--UralSib Bank to lend USD32m to Rive Gauche(C)2011 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.m2.com
Catalyst technologycompany Rive Technology Inc stated on Tuesday that the company has entered into an agreement to jointly develop and commercialise its zeolite technology for use in catalysts for fluid catalytic cracking (FCC) processes within a petroleum refinery.