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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
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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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In other words, despite its ostensibly tight focus on domesticity, including mundane matters like tidiness, Clean House grapples with profound existential questions.
Not necessarily, but, Clean House, Clean Planet warns, "Many chemicals have been registered with the EPA based on falsified research.
She doesn't like to clean house. Fortunately, Lane's estranged sister loves to clean.
At first glance this may sound just a little obsessive-compulsive and a waste of a Saturday night out, but, in my defence, I like a clean house. I've come a long way in the past few years when it would take a minor miracle to get me motivated enough to drag a vacuum cleaner around my bedroom.
"Life is about context," a character says, and director Bill Rauch gives "The Clean House" a theatrical environment in which it can flourish, as it shifts from sitcom to Beckett, from soap opera to simply opera--and back again.
FIFA's reaction to the mayhem was to tighten up and clean house. An average of five yellow cards per game were recorded in 52 of the matches in USA '94.
Last November, the reaction of angry voters was to clean house. Unfortunately, some observers believe that blacks will feel the brunt of this backlash as Republican leaders simultaneously try to reform welfare (see "The War Against Poor Women," Economic Perspectives, this issue), reduce taxes, spend more on defense and balance the budget.
Even so, will a sparkling clean house, fresh flowers and the smell of baking bread help his image?
It's time for Oregon to clean house and get some young, energetic coaches who play the game as it should be played
No way was I going to leave it as I had found it, so someone got a nice clean house after we left.
Clean house plant leaves to remove dust and unblock pores.