Clive

Clive may refer to:

Places

  • Clive, Alberta, Canada
  • Clive, Iowa, United States
  • Clive, New Zealand, Napier
  • Clive, Shropshire, United Kingdom

People

  • Clive of India
  • All pages beginning with "Clive", for persons with the given name Clive
  • List of Garfield characters

Other articles related to "clive":

Clive Mc Cay
... Clive Maine, McCay (1898–1967) was an American biochemist, nutritionist, gerontologist, and professor of Animal Husbandry at Cornell University from 1927-1963 ... Clive McCay at Cornell University reported in 1958 that one part per million of sodium fluoride added to the drinking water of rats caused the reversal of the possible evidence of causing a harder tooth ...
Clive, Alberta - Amenities
... Clive has a skate park built beside the school ... It includes two eight foot quarter pipes, two six foot quarter pipes, two four foot quarter pipes, a box, stairs, and a picnic table ...
Steamboats Of The Upper Columbia And Kootenay Rivers - Beginning of Steam Navigation
... steam vessel on the upper Columbia, the Clive ... Clive which like Duchess was assembled from various cast-off and second-hand components, was an even worse vessel ... Once Steele had loaded his trooper's equipment on Clive, that vessel sank as well ...
SG Clive
... SG Clive (full name and details unknown) was an Indian cricketer who played for Madhya Pradesh ... Clive made a single first-class appearance for the team, during the 1957-58 Ranji Trophy, against Vidarbha ...
List Of Hollyoaks Characters (2007) - Clive Harris
... Clive Harris Portrayed by Andrew Forbes Duration 2007 First appearance August 2007 Last appearance August 2007 Family Daughters Jessica Harris Clive Harris was the father of Jessica Harris ... Clive's daughter had been brought up rich thanks to him, only for him to go bankrupt in spring 2007 ... Clive told her they were the same type of person, whether she liked it or not ...

Famous quotes containing the word clive:

    It appears I am destined for something; I will live.
    —Robert Clive (1725–1774)