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total clearance

1. The sum of the clearances from each organ or tissue participating in the elimination of a substance from the body.
2. The volume or mass of tissue cleared of a substance divided by the time it takes to eliminate the substance from the body.
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Total clearance was achieved in 30% of 70 patients treated twice with fluorouracil plus cryosurgery, and 7.
According to her, Total Clearance is the only company specializing in multimedia and Web site clearance services for the reuse of film, video, music, photographs, celebrity rights, literary rights and other content.
The results confirmed the findings of previous studies conducted in Australia and New Zealand(2), which showed that 88% of patients who applied imiquimod daily for six weeks achieved total clearance of sBCC tumour cells, determined by a post-treatment biopsy.
The Rocket's total clearance came in the last frame of his last-16 clash in York against former practice partner Selt.
LES Dodd SC lead the way in Division One following a 4-2 success over Aughton Institute (A) with Martin Brown getting the deserved congratulations after compiling the second highest break ever recorded in the 68-year history of the league with an outstanding total clearance of 135.
In the Masters' qualifi-ers held in Barnsley in December, Wilson had fired in a maximum 147 and a 136 total clearance on his way to beating Ricky Walden 6-2 .
A total clearance of 141 in the final frame of the afternoon session carried him into a 5-3 lead at the break in their all-Essex tussle at the Crucible, a match O'Sullivan has revealed could be his last before retiring.
The sale, which also had a strong consignment of pure Friesians and a number of red and white bulls, had an average of pounds 2,600 for total clearance, with three making more than 5,000gns and 10 more than 3,000gns.
The Ulsterman narrowly failed to become the only player to ever make a total clearance on the tournament's opening day.
If Ding was rattled at being pegged back he certainly showed no signs in the next frame, rattling in a total clearance of 134 to get back in front.
The BWMB meeting heard there had been an unprecedented demand at the Board's final wool auctions of the season, resulting in the total clearance of the entire 2008 UK wool clip for the first time in the Board's history.
Chinese Ding was trailing former world champion Higgins 2-0 when he produced his total clearance.

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