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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
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Calabrese and Eliason's (1995: 263) pioneering study thoroughly investigates the poem's vocabulary of indigestion, nausea and revulsion, pointing at a rhetorical question Cleanness posits with the full force of its authoritarian discourse: "what better way to deal with slime than to wash it away?
In filtering the Old Testament history through a New Testament lens, Cleanness not only situates its audience temporally, spiritually, and morally in the age of grace but also emphasizes the supersessionist viewpoint implicit in its figural reading of Hebrew scripture.
Cleanness checks of material surfaces have become a significant part of quality-oriented manufacturing.
The importance of Keiser's explication extends beyond the worth of Cleanness itself.
on the formal flawedness of Pearl) and her own perspectives deliver things worth thinking about: the idea of an increasing complexity in the narrative matching an increasing sense of the distance of God in Cleanness may well help bring into focus that difficult poem.
As regards Pearl and Cleanness, OED hesitates between the meanings 'heavy mass of cloud' or 'rock mass'.
Gollancz's 1912 Gawain text was followed by work with the two lesser-known poems of the Pearl Manuscript, Patience and Cleanness.
The use of halogens can also improve melt cleanness substantially.
T HE Ministry of Municipality and Environment (MME), represented by the General Cleanness Department, cleaned the Corniche area in a record time of three hours after the grand reception of the Emir His Highness Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al Thani on Sunday.
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During the meeting, Makhlouf called for supporting the sector of cleanness, providing the governorate with insecticides to keep environment clean and protect people from diseases.
Karachi -- Sindh Minister for Information & Local Government Sharjeel Inaam Memon has directed the Local Government authorities to launch a campaign for the cleanness during the holy month of Ramdan throughout Province.