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  • adjective Obsolete spelling of clear.

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Examples

  • Thank you for your interest in my favour, but let me beg that you would not under the idea of serving me engage to cleare my shelf of Books and thereby encumber yourself.

    Letter 180

  • In order to make the point cleare and after a host of anonymous, semi abusive posters sent me almost identical links seemingly from a "We don't think Climate Change Exists" website, I'll post the following piece of evidence from the Met Office Website.

    Archive 2009-02-01

  • In order to make the point cleare and after a host of anonymous, semi abusive posters sent me almost identical links seemingly from a "We don't think Climate Change Exists" website, I'll post the following piece of evidence from the Met Office Website.

    Ice, snow, and those who deny global warming

  • NEW YORK — Federal regulators Thursday cleare d a plan to spread the costs of new interstate, high-voltage power lines to utility rate payers in several Midwestern and Western U.S. states, even if the electricity bypasses most of those customers.

    U.S. Backs Plan to Divvy Up Power-Line Costs

  • Whose Candell burneth cleare and brighte; a wondrous force and might

    Leap Year -- Day

  • The Christian Religion brings mankind diverse positive Benefits, such as are, more cleare and extensive knowledg of God, and divine things; the Remission of Sins; the Favour of God; severall graces and vertues suitable to mens respective needs and conditions; and above all, a happy Immortality in the Life to come.

    Sticky Wants to Grab

  • JERUSALEM -- To Israel's critics abroad, the picture could not be cleare ...

    Allison Kilkenny: Israel: United, Except When It's Not

  • JERUSALEM -- To Israel's critics abroad, the picture could not be cleare ... digg

    Allison Kilkenny: Israel: United, Except When It's Not

  • No man shall be forced by Torture to confesse any Crime against himselfe nor any other unlesse it be in some Capitall case where he is first fullie convicted by cleare and suffitient evidence to be guilty.

    A History of American Law

  • No man shall be forced by Torture to confesse any Crime against himselfe nor any other unlesse it be in some Capitall case where he is first fullie convicted by cleare and suffitient evidence to be guilty.

    A History of American Law

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