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1. mod. alcohol intoxicated. He was clear. You know, polluted.
2. mod. [of liquor] undiluted; neat. I like mine clear with just one ice cube.
3. tv. to earn a specific net amount of money. We just want to clear a decent profit. Nothing greedy.
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The man who insists on seeing the perfect clearness before he decides, he never decides.
People believe that water is the source of life and clearness.
Thus the term, 'Transparency' is defined as the clearness of work standard which is advantageous for the product of future generations.
She described Dahab as "Heaven on Earth." Jordan Taylor in Dahab -- photo courtesy of Taylor's official Facebook page Siwa Oasis In Siwa Oasis, Taylor recorded many videos about the endless beauty, clearness of its water springs and lakes, and the simplicity of life in Siwa.
We attempt to offer high value, reasonable cab services with greatest clearness in provisions of pricing and service delivery.
"The white colour of the flag to me represents the clearness and honesty of the UAE, while the red symbolises the people's love towards the country and its leadership.
The new website would allow visitors and clients to contact the administration and complete customs clearness procedures, Director General of the administration Jamal Al-Jalawi said during a ceremony held on this occasion Sunday and attended by Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance Anas Al-Sabah.
Nestled in the sleigh, I notice the stillness and the clearness of the air.
But the coherence and clearness of the build-up to the new season has gone down well with the squad, and Fabianski believes Swansea are ready for the big kick-off at St Mary's.
"First of all, these properties of softness and darkness and hardness and clearness aren't properties of the carbon atoms; they are properties of the collection of carbon atoms.
We believe that this consensus statement is a milestone in placental pathology: standardization of nomenclature and clearness of terminology is very important in routine diagnostics.
From this figure it is observed that days with minimum values ([less than or equal to] 0.2) of clearness index are observed in June, July, and August 2015.
Millar, a student of Rankine's, also wrote "Rankine's lectures, although simpler than his textbooks, were marked by the same clearness of arrangement and were enforced by his distinct and vigorous enunciation, and admirably illustrated by carefully prepared diagrams." He was responsible for introducing a degree qualification in engineering at Glasgow University, creating the first engineering graduates in the United Kingdom.
On the US decline to publicize the terms of the agreement reached with Russia on Syria, Ansari emphasized that this is because the lack of transparency and clearness of the policies depended by Washington in addition to its ambiguous will in facing the terrorist organizations actively and seriously.
Liquid silicone rubber is pure platinum-cure silicone that has properties such as biocompatibility, clearness, chemical and bacterial resistance, and resistance to high temperatures.