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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

clean

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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Executive Director Ronnie Cummins of the OCA has accused some companies of "label fraud" and an "organic scam," and his group's "Coming Clean" campaign has run full-page ads in several magazines, including this one.
He may be hurt and annoyed that you lied at all, but if he loves you he is likely to forgive you, as long as you don't leave it too long before coming clean.
NatWest has taken out an ad basically admitting it used to hide the best offers online, almost praising itself for finally coming clean.
My boyfriend almost caught us out twice, but when I suggest coming clean my new man says no because it'll ruin their friendship.
But McCord still wants to take the organisation to task for not coming clean about his 22-year-old son's brutal murder, and he wants someone prosecuted.
Bryony Schwan, coordinator of the Coming Clean campaign, argues, "Chemicals that could potentially harm the development of babies don't belong in products marketed to women."
Do these idiots in Government imagine these women whose shame, fear and pain consumes them on a daily basis will give up every cough and spit of their terrible lives to a total stranger who doesn't have a clue about what coming clean will mean to their lives?
She is still having trouble coming clean to loser-in-love Mike (Seamus Moran) but Mags (Joan Brosnan-Walsh) urges her to come clean.