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There was clear evidence putting him at the scene of the crime.
His secretary could give no clear indication of when he was expected back.
It appears to be a clear case of discrimination.
They have always been the clear favourites to win the championship.
It was very clear that something was worrying him.
It is not clear whether Johnson’s brother shares these views.
Clear instructions are provided.
He’s made his intentions quite clear.
Anthony had made it abundantly clear that he did not want to see her.
Let’s get something absolutely clear: you’re not going to get any help from me this time.
‘I did it,’ she said in a clear voice.
a clear glass bottle
Though the picture was small, it was clear and sharp.
He defines logic as ‘the art of clear thinking’.
Jane had no clear idea where she would go.
You need to be clear about the purpose of the meeting.
I’m not very clear on what this last sentence means.
I’m completely clear in my mind about what happened that day.
As a party, we are clear that the rich need to make a bigger contribution to our tax revenues.
From the window there was a clear view of the mountains.
All the main roads are now clear of snow.
clear blue skies
The following Sunday was bright and clear.
She had done her duty, and her conscience was clear.
I have a clear conscience. We didn’t do anything wrong.
Make sure your hands are completely clear of the blades.
They are now four points clear of their nearest rivals.
That should leave us with a clear £300.
I made a clear £50 profit.
All the tests came back clear.
I’ll keep Thursday afternoon clear in case we need to meet.
There was still a clear fifteen minutes before the others arrived.
I am very clear that the Scottish Government has given far less ground than I think it should.