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- noun A large
basket, made of wickerwork, for carrying produce or turf.
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But from no point near the bridge would it be more possible to see far up any cleeve, than it would be for a ladybird, perched at one end, to trace all the lines of a stag's horn.
Devon, Its Moorlands, Streams and Coasts Rosalind Northcote
(SHAWN KEOGH runs in carrying a cleeve on his back, followed by the WIDOW QUIN.) 114
Act Two John Millington 1911
[Shawn Keogh runs in carrying a cleeve on his back, followed by the Widow Quin.]
Maybe R740 CF will cost less at the wall then a single big GPU like the GTX285? small adittion: post above in answer to the first cleeve post.