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- n. Alternative form of clear-out.
“With any other company there would be calls for a wholesale clearout of those at the top – including the board, chairman and chief executive.”
“Charlie SheenThe "Inexplicably Hitherto Unassailable Section" of the US celebrity market seems to be having quite a clearout.”
“The coat cupboard has had an interim clearout: arctic boots, salopettes, woollen hats and a diverse selection of single children's gloves have gone to the attic.”
“They said of the clearout: This is a response to one of the most profound speech actions that has happened since the 1960s.”
“It's just a case of the market having got too long on kronas, and there's a bit of a clearout," said Daragh Maher, a senior currencies analyst at French bank Credit Agricole in London.”
“Make sure you have a regular clearout though, as the bathroom is a prime place for out-of-date medicines or half-used bottles of shampoo to accumulate.”
“You wanted Windows 7 tweaking, you wanted iPad preparation tips and you wanted to take part in our clutter clearout special.”
“The Duke of Devonshire's attics are the length of village streets, and now he has decided to have a bit of a clearout – he needs the space, he explained from his 300-room home in Derbyshire.”
“Liverpool's clearout has continued with the club agreeing a £5m fee with Fiorentina for Emiliano Insua.”
“I thumbed my lapel and gave the order for a clearout.”
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