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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


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

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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.

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A silk dress isn't synonymous with clean undergarments.
Apply hand cleaner, NSN 8520-00-782-3509, with a clean soft cloth or sponge.
But it also marked a sharp departure from the litigation-ridden and loophole-laden procedures of the Clean Air Act, under which each state prepared its own plan for the EPA, one pollutant at a time, to regulate emissions within state boundaries.
Carpet stays on the floor, yet every day it looks clean and user-friendly.
I have decided to clean my slate of this hurt, and not allow it to make me angry or have a negative effect on the way I treat others.
Other players told us they simply refused to do it, and still others informed us that "During the competitive season, the clean was eliminated from our program," or that "the weights we used were too light to be effective.
They are used to clean metal parts during manufacturing and as solvents for synthesizing chemicals and polymers, an industry that is "ten times bigger than dry cleaning," says Joseph M.
Sand can clean the mold fully, while less aggressive media may not break that silicate glaze and fully remove the residue from the mold material.
A cleaning temperature below the optimal will either insufficiently (or not at all) clean, or increase the cleaning time with an associated decreased process throughput.