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clear-cut

1. adjective Easily understandable and unquestionable; free of doubt. I know you're unhappy about it, but grandma's will was clear-cut—all of her money goes to Elise. There is no one clear-cut path to success.
2. verb To cut down all the trees in a particular forested tract. The environmental group is attempting to stop the logging company from clear-cutting a vast swath of forest.
3. adjective Describing a forested tract that has been cut in such a way. The clear-cut tract looks like an alien landscape with its acres of stumps.
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Ridden by David Greaves, Clear Cut won in a course record time, beating Credo's Daughter by two lengths.
Maurice Camacho, who saddled Clear Cut for a decisive success in the Mackeson Gold Cup in 1975
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If they'd staged a Charlie Hall Memorial Chase there before Charlie had died, I expect Clear Cut would have won that, too.
Clear Cut graduated from winning point-to-points to the real thing in 1971, when he was already seven.
By the time he retired, in 1977, Clear Cut had won 22 chases, 10 of them at Wetherby - proper wins, with weights like 12st 7lb on his back.
One day at Wetherby, in 1974, I watched Clear Cut beat the mighty Supermaster, the winner carrying 12st 4lb, the runner-up 12st 3lb.
In 1974, Clear Cut carried top weight and Jonjo O'Neill to victory in the Topham Trophy at Aintree and, in 1975, as an 11-year-old, he won the Mackeson.