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Clear

Free from doubt, burden, or obstacle; without limitation; plain or unencumbered.

The term is used to mean unambiguous or definitive and has various applications. For example, a clear intent to make a gift means that there is no doubt that the donor had the intent to relinquish all dominion and control over the property.

Clear and convincing proof is evidence that establishes a firm belief in a person's mind that a fact much more likely than not exists.

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In fact, clear off just like the alleged arch Brexiteer James Dyson.
With Merthyr well on top it wasn't until seven minutes before the break that St Neots threatened, but on this occasion James Bloom was on hand to clear off the Merthyr goal-line from James Beech.
With Merthyr well on top it wasn't until seven minutes before the break that St Neots threatened but on this occasion James Bloom was on hand to clear off the Merthyr goal-line from James Beech.
Municipal workers are still working hard to clear off the roads and congested locations.
Ian Traylor had their best opportunity right at the death with defender Harrison once again on hand to clear off the line.
He said that the citizens can also make sure that the statement is groundless by trying to clear off the stamps in the passports.
Albion's Michael McGowan then almost scored an own goal in 54 minutes but scrambled back to clear off the line.