CLEARS


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AcronymDefinition
CLEARSChildhood Lead Exposure Assessment and Reduction Study
CLEARSCalifornia Law Enforcement Association of Records Supervisors, Inc. (Lompoc, CA)
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There were very few people about, and though the sun was bright, and the air clear and fresh, the big, grim-looking waves, that seemed dark themselves because the foam that topped them was like snow, forced themselves in through the mouth of the harbour, like a bullying man going through a crowd.
Among the queer incidents of that afternoon, March always remembered something almost comical about the clear picture of the old gentleman in his wonderful white hat carefully stepping from stone to stone across the river, like a figure crossing the traffic in Piccadilly.
The importance of the point struck me so forcibly that I sent a special wire to Dartmoor yesterday to clear the matter up.
old stanch friend, with your deep, clear eyes and bright, quick glances, that take in all one has to say before one has time to speak it, do you know you are only an animal and have no mind?
Olaf duplicated the performance, whereupon both failed to clear eight hundred.
Looking back across the seven centuries that have lapsed since Avis Everhard completed her manuscript, events, and the bearings of events, that were confused and veiled to her, are clear to us.
It was clear enough to see for some distance, but Thaddeus Sholto took down one of the side-lamps from the carriage to give us a better light upon our way.
Between these two groups, and just clear of the main heap of hammers, lay a man in evening dress, spread-eagled and flat on his face.
A clerk who clears out of any concern, good or bad, without securing a berth somewhere else first, is a fool, and I've no pity for him.
But it immediately clears, as he resumes his singing, and his way.
He clears three hundred a year on that patch alone.
If, with a crushed heart and eyes half blinded by the mist of tears, she were to walk with a too-devious step through a door-place, she might crush her buckram sleeves too, and the deep consciousness of this possibility produces a composition of forces by which she takes a line that just clears the door-post.