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CLRClear
CLRCommon Language Runtime (Microsoft .NET)
CLRColor
CLRClearance
CLRClearing
CLRCleric (Everquest)
CLRCombat Logistics Regiment (US Marine Corps)
CLRCell Loss Ratio
CLRCalifornia Law Review
CLRCommonwealth Law Reports (Australian's High Court law reporter)
CLRCouncil on Library Resources
CLRCenterline Radius
CLRCalcium, Lime, Rust (cleaning solution)
CLRClear Request
CLRConditional Logistic Regression
CLRCormen, Leiserson, Rivest (authors of the book "Introduction to Algorithms")
CLRCenter of Lateral Resistance
CLRCircle of Liberal Reformers (political party, Gabon)
CLRComputer Language Research
CLRCurrent-Limiting Resistor
CLRCentre de Lecture Rapide (French speed reading center; Canada)
CLRCircuit Layout Record
CLRChampagne Louis Roederer (French champagne company)
CLRCentral London Railway
CLRContact Lens Relief (Clear Eyes)
CLRContainer Loading
CLRClinical Laboratory Reference (journal)
CLRChief of Staff Logistics Review
CLRCapabilities List Request
CLRCenter for Latino Research (DePaul University)
CLRAtlantic Razor Clam (FAO species code)
CLRCombat Loss Replacement
CLRContingent Liability Record
CLRContext Likelihood of Relatedness (algorithm)
CLRCustomer Liaison Representative
CLRContingent Liability Report
CLRCovert Laser Read
CLRCorrelated Low-Rank
CLRCluster-Level Routing
CLRComplex Linear Regression
CLRCarbon-Loaded Rubber (smart textile)
CLRComb-Line Resonator
CLRCareer-Limiting Remark
CLRCombined Line & Recording
CLRCasual, Looking & Ready (paid membership swingers' website and forum)
CLRCapabilities and Limitations Report (ATEC)
CLRClosed Loop Recycling
CLRCampaign for Labor Rights (Washington, DC)
References in classic literature ?
Even Sheeta, the panther, crouched for a spring at the edge of the little clearing, moved uneasily as the mighty voice sent its weird cry reverberating through the jungle.
Then Tarzan chanced to look up and across the clearing.
Several other bulls, growling and barking, closed in toward the clearing, but they were all much farther from the balu and the panther than was Tarzan of the Apes, so it was that Sheeta and the ape-man reached Teeka's little one almost simultaneously; and there they stood, one upon either side of it, baring their fangs and snarling at each other over the little creature.
Quickly the beast trotted across the clearing toward the anthropoids.
If the young woman was surprised by the sight of these natural enemies fraternizing, it was with emotions little short of fear for her own sanity that she presently saw a tall, muscular warrior enter the clearing and join the group of savage beasts assembled there.
She had almost reached the clearing before Baynes became aware of her presence, and then as he looked up, the foliage parted to the head and shoulders of her mount and Meriem rode into view.
Hanson and his boy had ridden directly to the clearing.
They had barely time to hasten away farther into the forest before the first of the raiders had crossed the clearing and entered it in pursuit of them.
There was no releasing of the ancient padlocks in the time that was left him, so the ape-man called to them to follow him as they were, and, snatching the gun and cartridge belt from the dead sentry, he led the now happy band out through the village gate and into the forest upon the far side of the clearing.
In the great moonlight clearings I slunk along among the shadows on the margin.
Silver clearings and the black patches of the bushes--nothing else could I see.
They hurried him along, the sounds of battle growing fainter and fainter as they drew away from the contestants until there suddenly broke upon D'Arnot's vision a good-sized clearing at one end of which stood a thatched and palisaded village.