At bottom, then, the press conference reflected the general drift that clift described.
clift: If this had happened to a less well-capitalized bank, what would the impact be?
clift: Some people say we should just reimpose the Glass-Steagall Act.
clift: Does this undercut the Republican theme of less regulation?
clift: What do you make of the chatter about how Obama has insulted Wall Street, and their feelings are hurt?
Malcolm rising up to look about him a little, spied six MacLeods creeping in about to the clift with their muskets cock'd.
clift, klift, n. same as Cliff, the form arising under the influence of Cleft.
Neither Cuvier, nor the German doctors, nor Mr. clift had succeeded in so doing.
We had been carried into a clift where there is a coastguard station; and the good men had come down and were helping us on shore.
He falls over a clift inter a ragin' torrent—an' slips through an army of men.