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AcronymDefinition
CLEARCenter for Language Education and Research (MSU)
CLEARCouncil on Licensure, Enforcement and Regulation
CLEARChinese Literature: Essays, Articles, Reviews
CLEARComputer-Supported Cooperative Learning
CLEARClearinghouse on Environmental Advocacy and Research
CLEARCitizen Law Enforcement Analysis and Reporting (System; Chicago Police Department)
CLEARCanadian Loss Experience Automobile Rating
CLEARClassification of Events Activities and Relationships (multimedia research)
CLEARClimate and Environment in Alpine Regions
CLEARCommunity-Linked Evaluation AIDS Resource
CLEARCampaign to Leave Emulation Alone (plus nn R)
CLEARClosed Loop Execution and Recovery
CLEARCounty Level Easily Accessible Resource
CLEARCross-Linked Ethoxylate Acrylate Resin
CLEARCommittee to Lead Education And Roads (Arkansas)
CLEARCanadian Legal Education Annual Review
CLEARCounty Law Enforcement Applied Regionally
CLEARCampaign Logistics Expenditure and Replenishment Model
CLEARColorado List of Emergency Assistance Recipients
CLEARClient Electronic Access and Reporting (Merrill Lynch)
CLEARConnect Listen Explain Ask Reconnect (Drexel University; Philadelphia, PA)
CLEARCommunications Link Expert Assistance Resource
CLEARCompany Level Evacuation and Recovery
CLEARCitizens Lobby for Environmental Awareness and Responsibility (Canada)
References in classic literature ?
Did I perhaps learn from it the long clear silence?
He swung clear, looked round, shrugged his shoulders, and began to walk away, as one having business elsewhere.
He tore his way through his persecutors, flinging one of them clear over the parapet; he bowled a horse and his rider down, and plunged straight for the next, got home with his horns, wounding both horse and man; on again, here and there and this way and that; and one after another he tore the bowels out of two horses so that they gushed to the ground, and ripped a third one so badly that although they rushed him to cover and shoved his bowels back and stuffed the rents with tow and rode him against the bull again, he couldn't make the trip; he tried to gallop, under the spur, but soon reeled and tottered and fell, all in a heap.
There he sees the cable ranged, the windlass disconnected, the compressors opened; and there, after giving his own last order, "Stand clear of the cable!" he waits attentive, in a silent ship that forges slowly ahead towards her picked-out berth, for the sharp shout from aft, "Let go!" Instantly bending over, he sees the trusty iron fall with a heavy plunge under his eyes, which watch and note whether it has gone clear.
I'll buy Pari-Sulay, but I'll put only ten boys on it and clear slowly.
Her husband and she had taken up this government land in '57 and cleared it and farmed it ever since, until he died, when she had carried it on.
Half the sky was chequered with black thunderheads, but all the west was luminous and clear: in the lightning flashes it looked like deep blue water, with the sheen of moonlight on it; and the mottled part of the sky was like marble pavement, like the quay of some splendid seacoast city, doomed to destruction.
Let nor call nor song nor sign Turn thee from thy hunting-line.(Morning mist or twilight clear, Serve him, Wardens of the Deer!) Wood and Water, Wind and Tree, Jungle-Favour go with thee!
The last of these two clauses, it is equally clear, cannot be understood to comprehend the power of filling vacancies in the Senate, for the following reasons: First.
Nor did the other's frank, clear eyes waver beneath D'Arnot's fixed gaze.
On this course nine obstacles had been arranged: the stream, a big and solid barrier five feet high, just before the pavilion, a dry ditch, a ditch full of water, a precipitous slope, an Irish barricade (one of the most difficult obstacles, consisting of a mound fenced with brushwood, beyond which was a ditch out of sight for the horses, so that the horse had to clear both obstacles or might be killed); then two more ditches filled with water, and one dry one; and the end of the race was just facing the pavilion.
He saw that he could easily reach the bow of the boat before it cleared the shore, and then it would not be necessary to make promises of any sort.