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  • adj. Made clear.
  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of clarify.


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  • This title clarified that times were tough in the bush i.e on the land.

    Australia's Own School of Landscape Painting

  • Mantis Evar, who spent 32 years as a rock musician and jazz producer and recently founded the musicians collaborative Indaba Music, says that in a narrow sense the episode could be considered a "marketing thing" — if the correct singers had been listed on the album and Fab and Rob's role clarified from the start, the issue wouldn't have erupted.

    Milli Vanilli frontman says duo were musical 'scapegoats'

  • Glenn Campbell: But this position you've already clarified is not Labour's position.

    Archive 2008-05-01

  • I am really glad that Senator McCain clarified his belief in gay marriage.

    Ellen asks McCain to walk her down the aisle

  • The youth returned his greeting and, going into the house, brought out two platters, one full of soured milk and the other of brewis swimming in clarified butter; and he set the platter before Kanmakan, saying “Favour us by eating of our victual.”

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night

  • (On the St. Lawrence River, recently clarified from the invasion of zebra mussels, bass will rocket up from 25 feet or more.)

    Rivers of Bronze

  • The second point to be clarified is found in paragraphy #6.

    Letters to the editor: June - Nov. 1995

  • Among the biologically significant reactions the stereochemistry of which has been clarified is the synthesis of steroids from mevalonic acid via squalene and the condensations of acetate with glyoxylic acid to malic acid and with oxalylacetic acid to citric acid.

    Press Release: The 1975 Nobel Prize in Chemistry

  • "It was only after the recent Cabinet meeting, during which I brought up the matter, was the Herald given back the right to publish in Malay," clarified Dompok on the Home Ministry's initial condition, when renewing the weekly's publishing permit for this year, that it must not publish in Malay until and unless the court rules on the use of the word Allah in Malay by Christians.


  • That's why it comes as no surprise that reports have surfaced that a rep for Usher's label clarified that although ladies may be the focus of the tour, men are more than welcome to attend the shows.

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