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Medical liability adjective Referring to a physician without any lawsuits, past or pending
Pathology adjective Pertaining or referring to an organ or tissue lacking pathologic findings—e.g., ‘clean’ coronary arteries and aorta are typically seen at autopsy in persons dying with terminal cancer or alcoholism
Sports medicine—body-building noun The lifting of a weighted barbell from the floor to shoulder in one motion
Substance abuse adjective Drug-free when examined and urine tested
Vox populi adjective Free of dirt or pollution

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adjective Free of dirt or pollution Medical liability Referring to a malpractice 'virgin,' ie a physician without any lawsuits, past or present Substance abuse Drug-free when examined

Patient discussion about clean

Q. How can I "allergy proof" the house? My nephew will be coming to stay with me for a couple of months and he is highly allergic. How can I allergy proof the house so he'll be protected?

A. Excellent tips :)
In the meantime everything is fine.
Thanks..

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When composing Clean House, she notes, "I wanted cleaning to be just plain cleaning in the first act, and in the second act, to make it feel more like cleansing--the spiritual, ritual parts of cleaning.
To order Clean House, Clean Planet, one of the most thoughtful re-examinations we have seen in years of the products we use to clean our homes, call MOTHER'S Bookshelf at 800-888-9098 and ask for item #MEB241.
Why not let the city clean house, reconstruct their finances and budget and live within their rather lavish means?
Cooley has a mandate to clean house, and nothing less than the full prosecution of any and all of City Hall's lawbreakers will do.
After we clean house in Sacramento, the people of Los Angeles can do the same with the same garbage in City Hall and the City Council.
Don't ask me for more money until you clean house and wisely use the money that I already pay.
It covered the enormous range of NHS services - from the scientists and surgeons who devote their lives to developing cures and treatments, to healthcare volunteers who clean houses and do DIY for patients.
Cargill spokesman Steven Fairbairn confirmed letters had been sent to people living near the refinery, offering to clean houses and cars coated by the oil.
Children are being trafficked into domestic service in Britain to clean houses and do chores without pay.
You cannot go a block in Los Angeles without seeing immigrants working; they bus tables and run shops, drill teeth and tend gardens, give manicures and clean houses.