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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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Nicholas Watson does not spell out in detail the line of reasoning that leads him to consider Cleanness and Patience as a diptych, but it is useful to trace the logic of this approach and some of its latent assumptions.
Instead of using logical arguments, Cleanness proves its point by lengthy, repetitive yet vigorous reiterations of its key message.
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.
This is due to the often drastically different cleanness requirements of workpieces--for example the need for a specific surface quality of defined parts or sections for downstream processing steps.
The account of narrative patterning in Cleanness (Chapter 3) is similarly impressive, and will serve to develop appreciation of the links between the main blocks of the narrative.
She illustrates her point by comparing Cleanness with three other medieval works: Alain de Lille's Complaint of Nature, Jean de Meun's section of the Romance of the Rose, and Thomas Acquinas's Summa Theologiae ("On Temperance").
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 first edition of his Patience, An Alliterative Version of "Jonah" by the Poet of Pearl appeared in 1913, and the first part of Cleanness: An Alliterative Tripartite Poem ...
The use of halogens can also improve melt cleanness substantially.
Later on, the Deputy Commissioner has visited hospital and inspected cleanness, security and medicines quality and also inquire about medicines and other facilities being provided to patients.
Sheikh Rasheed Ahmed also visited Railway Station and Hospital and advised to improve cleanness and other facilities.
Karachi police chief not only suspended the four police officials but also asked explanations from the Jackson police station DSP, head Muhrir and duty officer over cleanness work within the police station.