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  • noun Plural form of clearance.

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Examples

  • Work will also commence during Phase 1 on investigations into infrastructure options and the early preparations for environmental and native title clearances required to support any future project development.

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  • During 2010, Dynasty plans to commence detailed commercial investigations that will cover preliminary mine planning, beneficiation process design, mining and processing costs, transport infrastructure, capital costs, environment and native title clearances, and government approvals.

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  • During 2010, Dynasty plans to commence detailed commercial investigations that will cover preliminary mine planning, beneficiation process design, mining and processing costs, transport infrastructure, capital costs, environment and native title clearances, and government approvals.

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  • Every agency has its own set of clearances, which is patently ridiculous and a huge waste of money and resources, just so retireees can be "taken care of".

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  • A special purpose vehicle (SPV) is initially set up to take care of all regulatory clearances, which is then transferred to the developer quoting the lowest retail electricity tariffs in the bidding process.

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  • Carlos Cuellar - 6 - Covered well in behind, but his clearances were a little wayward and often put his side under pressure.

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  • The Obama team has begun submitting names to the FBI for expedited security clearances, which is allowed under an intelligence reform law passed in 2004.

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  • The Obama team has begun submitting names to the FBI for expedited security clearances, which is allowed under an intelligence reform law passed in 2004.

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  • To gain "clearances," the network may have to sweeten the compensation it pays affiliates and spend millions more to buy out the contracts of stations locked into other deals.

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  • The Times public editor, Barney Calame, tried to get an answer to the same question I asked: what about these special security "clearances" Judith Miller has said she had?

    Jay Rosen: Public Editor Tries to Find Out: Did Miller Have a Security Clearance?

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